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jpy12098-sup-0001-FigS1.epsimage/eps902KFigure S1. Phylogenetic History of Habitat Salinity in the Cyanobacteria, Green Algae, and Land Plants. Ancestral state reconstruction (using maximum parsimony and ordered characters) showing the parsimony inference of the habitat state at each ancestral node in the tree. A completely empty white circle at the node indicates this ancestor's most parsimonious habitat state is freshwater. A completely light blue circle indicates this ancestor's most parsimonious habitat state is brackish, a dark blue circle indicates marine habitat, and a red circle indicates hypersaline habitat.
jpy12098-sup-0002-FigS2.epsimage/eps908KFigure S2. Phylogenetic History of Sucrose Synthesis Genes. (A) ASR (using maximum likelihood) showing the likelihood that ancestral genomes represented by the nodes in the tree contained any sucrose synthesis genes (either FilSPS, SpsA, SPP or Sus).
jpy12098-sup-0003-FigS3.epsimage/eps1158KFigure S3. Phylogenetic History of Trehalose Synthase – TreS. (A) ASR showing the likelihood that ancestral genomes represented by the nodes in the tree contained TreS. (B) Phylogenetic tree showing relationships of TreS homologs present in all cyanobacterial genomes constructed using MrBayes. (C) Phylogenetic tree where predicted secondary acquisitions by lateral gene transfer were removed from the analysis.
jpy12098-sup-0004-FigS4.epsimage/eps1255KFigure S4. Phylogenetic History of Glucosylglycerol Phosphate Phosphatase – GgpP. (A) ASR showing the likelihood that ancestral genomes represented by the nodes in the tree contained GgpP. (B) Phylogenetic tree showing relationships of GgpP homologs present in all cyanobacterial genomes, green algae and land plants. (C) Phylogenetic tree where predicted secondary acquisitions by lateral gene transfer were removed from the analysis.
jpy12098-sup-0005-FigS5.epsimage/eps1257KFigure S5. Phylogenetic History of Glucosyl/Mannosyl-3-Phosphoglycerate Phosphatase – GpgP. (A) ASR showing the likelihood that ancestral genomes represented by the nodes in the tree contained GpgP. (B) Phylogenetic tree showing relationships of GpgP homologs present in all cyanobacterial genomes.
jpy12098-sup-0006-FigS6.docWord document27KFigure S6. Phylogenetic History of Glycine Betaine Genes, Glycine-Sarcosine-N-Methyltransferase (GSMT), and Sarcosine-Dimethylglycine-N-Methyltransferase (SDMT). (A) ASR (using maximum likelihood) showing the likelihood that ancestral genomes represented by the nodes in the tree contained GSMT. (B) Ancestral state reconstruction (using maximum likelihood) showing the likelihood that ancestral genomes represented by the nodes in the tree contained SDMT.
jpy12098-sup-0007-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF109KTable S1. Genomic Presence of Compatible Solute Homologs.

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