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Figure 2 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Figure 2

From: Origin of land plants: Do conjugating green algae hold the key?

Figure 2

Consensus Tree inferred by PhyloBayes using reduced data sets of 25 taxa (A. Spermatophytes and Selaginella eliminated) or 26 taxa (B. Chlorophytes and Mesostigma eliminated). The same methods and models were used as in Figure 1, with the only exception that no bootstrap analyses were performed for the PhyloBayes analyses, for which only the posterior probabilities are given. The alternative taxon samplings were aimed at either eliminating the fast evolving embryophytes (all spermatophytes and Selaginella) (A) or the distantly-related outgroup sequences eliminating chlorophytes and Mesostigma (B).

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