Data from: Tracing horizontal Wolbachia movements among bees (Anthophila): a combined approach using multilocus sequence typing data and host phylogeny

Gerth M, Röthe J, Bleidorn C

Date Published: October 22, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bj00s

 

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Title Wolbachia MLST alignments
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Description A combined file containing MLST alignments of large and small Wolbachia dataset, both in ClonalFrame input file format. Also, a Nexus file of 100 best trees of Wolbachia strains from bee hosts, as inferred with MrBayes. These trees were used asinput in BayesTraits analyses
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Title Bee phylogeny data
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Description A combined file including an alignment of LW-rhodopsin of bees and an xml file which was used as input file for BEAST analyses
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Gerth M, Röthe J, Bleidorn C (2013) Tracing horizontal Wolbachia movements among bees (Anthophila): a combined approach using multilocus sequence typing data and host phylogeny. Molecular Ecology 22(24): 6149–6162. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12549

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Gerth M, Röthe J, Bleidorn C (2013) Data from: Tracing horizontal Wolbachia movements among bees (Anthophila): a combined approach using multilocus sequence typing data and host phylogeny. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bj00s
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