Data from: Do saline taxa evolve faster? comparing relative rates of molecular evolution between freshwater and marine eukaryotes

Mitterboeck TF, Chen AY, Zaheer OA, Ma EYT, Adamowicz SJ

Date Published: June 30, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fq684

 

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Title Input and output files for rates analysis, organised by source study
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Description Files include nucleotide alignments, newick format tree files, PAML control files, and PAML output files, organised by source study of the genetic/phylogenetic data and by gene. Nucleotide sequences were obtained from GenBank and aligned, or obtained from the source study authors directly (where noted in the Supplementary Material 2) but were further modified for analysis conducted in this study. Thus, the alignments do not necessarily reflect the original source study alignments.
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Mitterboeck TF, Chen AY, Zaheer OA, Ma EYT, Adamowicz SJ (2016) Do saline taxa evolve faster? comparing relative rates of molecular evolution between freshwater and marine eukaryotes. Evolution 70(9): 1960-1978. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.13000

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