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Figure 3 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Figure 3

From: The evolutionary position of nematodes

Figure 3

Effect of genetic distance on bootstrap support for the three hypotheses from analysis of 100 nuclear proteins with four taxa. (A, B) show bootstrap support for Coelomata; (C, D) for Ecdysozoa; (E, F) for Hypothesis III. Proteins were ordered from slowest evolving to fastest evolving based on two criteria: vertebrate-arthropod pairwise distance (diamonds) and nematode branch length (squares). Proteins were concatenated into ten groups often (A, C, E) and five groups of twenty (B, D, F). Graphs show rate from slowest to fastest evolving (left to right). Trend lines are indicated (solid for vertebrate-arthropod distance, dashed for nematode branch length).

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