Data from: Timing marine-freshwater transitions in the diatom order Thalassiosirales

 

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Title Alignment
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Description Concatenated alignment of SSU, partial LSU, psbC, and rbcL genes. Ambiguously aligned sites have been removed. This alignment was used for the MCMCtree analyses.
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Title Cladogram (analysis #3)
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Description Cladogram used for MCMCtree analysis #3 (see Table 1 in the main text). Fossil alibrations, formatted for MCMCtree, are embedded as node labels.
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Title Cladogram (analysis #1)
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Description Cladogram used for MCMCtree analysis #1 (see Table 1 in the main text). Fossil alibrations, formatted for MCMCtree, are embedded as node labels.
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Title Cladogram (analysis #2)
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Description Cladogram used for MCMCtree analysis #2 (see Table 1 in the main text). Fossil alibrations, formatted for MCMCtree, are embedded as node labels.
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Title Cladogram (analysis #4)
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Description Cladogram used for MCMCtree analysis #4 (see Table 1 in the main text). Fossil alibrations, formatted for MCMCtree, are embedded as node labels.
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Title Cladogram (analysis #5)
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Description Cladogram used for MCMCtree analysis #5 (see Table 1 in the main text). Fossil alibrations, formatted for MCMCtree, are embedded as node labels.
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Title Cladogram (analysis #6)
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Description Cladogram used for MCMCtree analysis #6 (see Table 1 in the main text). Fossil alibrations, formatted for MCMCtree, are embedded as node labels.
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Title Cladogram (analysis #7)
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Description Cladogram used for MCMCtree analysis #7 (see Table 1 in the main text). Fossil alibrations, formatted for MCMCtree, are embedded as node labels.
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Title Supplementary Figure 1
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Description Specified prior probability distributions for fossil calibrations used in this study (Table 1). Vertical red lines mark minimum ages, based on fossil evidence outlined in the Materials and Methods section.
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Title Supplementary Figure 2
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Description Effective prior distributions (red) and posterior distributions (blue and green) for two separate MCMC runs for six nodes of interest to this study (Fig. 1). The rows correspond to the seven different fossil calibration schemes detailed in Table 1. The y-axis scales are identical within, but not across, columns.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Alverson AJ (2013) Timing marine-freshwater transitions in the diatom order Thalassiosirales. Paleobiology 40(1): 91-101. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/12055

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Alverson AJ (2013) Data from: Timing marine-freshwater transitions in the diatom order Thalassiosirales. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.85q50
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