jpy1217-sup-0001-FigS1.epsimage/eps1145KFigure S1. There are two fixed nucleotide differences between S. minutum and S. psygmophilum that represent nonsynonymous substitutions, which encode changes in the amino acid sequence of cytochrome b. The amino acid replacements characteristic of the cob in each species belong to different functional groups and therefore may affect the enzyme's structure and function. The cob is aligned according to the published sequence for S. microadriaticum (AY456110.1) by Zhang et al. (2005).
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jpy1217-sup-0003-FigS2.docxWord document225KFigure S2. Genetic analyses detected only the presence of S. psygmophilum in colonies of A. poculata and Oculina sp. from locations in the Gulf of Mexico, Florida Keys, and northwestern Atlantic.

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