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jpy12118-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF182KFig. S1. Bayesian majority rule consensus tree based on the combined partitioned data set of rbcL, psaB, and psbC (4164 characters total) including taxa outside of Sphaeropleales. Scale bar represents expected number of substitutions per site. BPP values of 1.0 are represented by asterisks (*) and values lower than 0.50 are represented by dashes (-).
jpy12118-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF335KFig. S2. Single-gene Bayesian majority rule consensus trees based on analyses of 18S, 28S, tufA, rbcL, psbC, and psaB, respectively. Scale bar represents expected number of substitutions per site. BPP values of 1.0 are represented by asterisks (*). Values lower than 0.50 are represented by dashes (-).
jpy12118-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF292KFig. S3. Bayesian majority rule consensus trees based on combined rDNA data set (18S, 28S, 5.8S) and combined plastid data set (rbcL, psaB, psbC, and tufA) partitioned by gene and codon. Scale bar represents expected number of substitutions per site. Support values of 1.00 BPP and 100% BS are represented by asterisks (*). Values lower than 0.50 or 50% are represented by dashes (-). Branches shared between the two trees are highlighted with thicker lines.
jpy12118-sup-0004-TableS1.docxWord document17KTable S1. List of algal strains used as outgroup taxa for analysis presented in Fig. S1 with corresponding GenBank accession numbers for genes of interest. Sequences obtained for this study are highlighted in boldface font.
jpy12118-sup-0005-AppendixS1.zipZip archive197KAppendix S1. Phycas scripts specifying settings and priors used in this study.

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