Data from: Partial sequence homogenization in the 5S multigene families may generate sequence chimeras and spurious results in phylogenetic reconstructions

Galián JA, Rosato M, Rosselló JA

Date Published: December 5, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3074s

 

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Description Online Supplementary Figure 1. Concatenation of the 26 haplotypes found in the 16 multimeric clones analyzed in this paper. Note that chimeric types appear shorter than interior non-chimeric types. As explained in methods, chimerics are constructed using the closest complementary part of the interior 5S gene but this part is not represented in order to clarify the scheme.
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Description Online Supplementary Figure 2. Secondary structures of the predicted 5S rRNA transcripts for 26 Medicago haplotypes. Variable positions differing from the consensus sequence (haplotype 1) are identified with arrow heads.
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Galián JA, Rosato M, Rosselló JA (2013) Partial sequence homogenization in the 5S multigene families may generate sequence chimeras and spurious results in phylogenetic reconstructions. Systematic Biology 63(2): 219-230. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syt101

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Galián JA, Rosato M, Rosselló JA (2013) Data from: Partial sequence homogenization in the 5S multigene families may generate sequence chimeras and spurious results in phylogenetic reconstructions. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3074s
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