These authors contributed equally to this work.
Colonization of the Tibetan Plateau by the homoploid hybrid pine Pinus densata
Article first published online: 20 JUN 2011
© 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Volume 20, Issue 18, pages 3796–3811, September 2011
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WANG, B., MAO, J.-F., GAO, J., ZHAO, W. and WANG, X.-R. (2011), Colonization of the Tibetan Plateau by the homoploid hybrid pine Pinus densata. Molecular Ecology, 20: 3796–3811. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05157.x
- Issue published online: 8 SEP 2011
- Article first published online: 20 JUN 2011
- Received 8 December 2010; revision received 6 May 2011; accepted 10 May 2011
Table S1 Primers used for mtDNA and cpDNA sequencing.
Table S2 Combined sequence structures of 29 mitotypes over the nad1, nad4 and nad5 segments. Their sequence codes on each mt segment shown in Fig. S2 are indicated in parentheses in the order for nad1, nad4 and nad5. The nucleotide positions indicated in the nad1, nad4 and nad5 alignment refer to the sequences HM467714, HM467726 and HM467728, respectively.
Table S3 The hypothetical recombinant origins of mitotypes M11-16 specific to Pinus densata, deduced from the sequence structure over the five polymorphic sites listed in Table 2. M4, 7 and 8 are Pt group mitotypes and M24 is from the Py group.
Fig. S1 Networks of mitotypes on the concatenated sequence, constructed by treating the sequence motifs found in a 27-bp insertion/deletion region as having arisen by one insertion followed by multiple mutational events (see Materials and methods for details). In the network, links represented by more than one mutational step are indicated by hatched marks, and circle size is proportional to the frequency of a mitotype over all populations. The color scheme of the mitotypes follows that in Fig. 1B. Median vectors are represented as small gray circles. A, gaps included in the analysis; B, gaps excluded from analysis.
Fig. S2 The distribution and network of mitotypes identified for each mtDNA segment. Each mitotype is labeled with a different color, and pie charts show the proportions of mitotypes in each population. The network was constructed by treating the different sequence motifs in the 27-bp insertion/deletion region as arising from independent events. In the network, each link represents one mutation step, and circle size is proportional to the frequency of a mitotype over all populations. A, nad1; B, nad4; C, nad5.
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