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Table 4 Partition schemes and models of substitution

From: Multiple genetic lineages challenge the monospecific status of the West African endemic frog family Odontobatrachidae

8 partitions 14 partitions
  substitution model included partitions   substitution model included partitions
1 GTR + G 12S, 16S; cytb (P1) 1 TIM2 + G 12S
2 F81 + I BDNF (P1), Rag1 (P1) 2 TIM2 + I + G 16S
3 JC BDNF (P2), SIA (P2) 3 TIM2 + I + G cytb (P1)
4 K80 + G BDNF (P3) 4 TPM2uf + G cytb (P2)
5 K80 + I RAG1 (P2), SIA (P1) 5 TIM1 + I + G cytb (P3)
6 K80 + G RAG1 (P3), SIA (P3) 6 GTR + I RAG1 (P1)
7 HKY + G cytb (P2) 7 TIM1 + I RAG1 (P2)
8 TrN + I cytb (P3) 8 HKY + I RAG1 (P3)
    9 TrNef SIA (P1)
4 partitions 10 JC SIA (P2)
1 GTR + G 12S, 16S, cytb (P1) 11 TPM2uf + G SIA (P3)
2 JC + 1 RAG1 (P1), RAG1 (P2) 12 K80 + G BDNF (P1)
3 HKY + G cytb (P2), RAG1 (P3) 13 JC BDNF (P2)
4 TrN + I cytb (P3) 14 JC BDNF (P3)
  1. Models of substitution applied in the Bayesian inference (8 partitions; PartitionFinder) and the maximally partitioned dataset (14 partitions; jModelTest). Models of substitution applied in the dating analysis (4 partitions, PartitionFinder).