Microevolution of symbiotic Bradyrhizobium populations associated with soybeans in east North America
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Ecology and Evolution
Volume 2, Issue 12, pages 2943–2961, December 2012
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Ecology and Evolution 2012; 2(12): 2943–2961
- Issue online: 13 DEC 2012
- Version of Record online: 22 OCT 2012
- Manuscript Accepted: 17 SEP 2012
- Manuscript Received: 13 SEP 2012
- Agriculture and Agri-food Canada
Table S2. GenBank accession numbers of housekeeping (atpD, glnII, recA, gyrB, rpoB, dnaK) and symbiotic (nodC) partial gene sequences representing 220 Bradyrhizobium isolates from soybean field sites A and B.
Table S3. GenBank nucleotide sequence accession numbers for Bradyrhizobium reference strains.
Table S4. Nucleotide accession numbers of 148 partial recA gene sequences representing soybean-nodulating bacteria from Amphicarpaea bracteata and Desmodium canadense.
Table S5. GenBank nucleotide accession numbers for (a) selected soybean-nodulating bacteria from Amphicarpaea bracteata and Desmodium canadense (dnaK, nodC, and nifH partial gene sequences) and (b) reference strains and selected isolates from soybean field sites A and B (nifH partial gene sequences).
Table S6. Primers and DNA amplification conditions.
Table S7. Example of R scripts based on the phangorn phylogenetic package to test the extent of congruence between maximum-likelihood trees reconstructed for each of six housekeeping genes.
Table S8. Statistics for five separate runs of STRUCTURE using the admixture model (independent allele frequencies) for values of K between 2 and 7.
Table S9. Genetic diversity statistics for Bradyrhizobium isolates from soybean cultivars M and O.
Table S10. Genetic differentiation and gene flow statistics for selected core gene lineages based on six concatenated gene sequences.
Figure S1. Maximum-likelihood tree of concatenated atpD-glnII-recA-gyrB-rpoB-dnaK partial gene sequences (3210 bp) for Bradyrhizobium reference strains and 35 unique STs representing soybean-nodulating bacteria from field sites A and B.
Figure S2. Randomization test to assess congruence between maximum-likelihood (ML) trees of six housekeeping genes and 100 random trees.
Figure S3. Distribution of external to internal branch length ratios of a tree of lineage II (n = 120) inferred by ClonalFrame relative to that expected under coalescent simulation.
Figure S4. Maximum-likelihood tree of unique gyrB partial gene sequences (618 bp) of Bradyrhizobium isolates from soybean field sites A and B and reference taxa showing putative xenologous sequences.
Figure S5. Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic trees of (a) recA (462 bp) and (b) concatenated recA-dnaK (831 bp) partial gene sequences representing soybean-nodulating bacteria from Amphicarpaea bracteata and Desmodium canadense, from soybean field sites A and B, and, reference taxa.
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