TABLE 2.

Summary of phylogenetic analyses

AnalysisaModelNo. of taxanrepsbMonophyly/bootstrap supportc
OP11OD1SR1Alld
Heuristic search
    MEK2P181100YYYN
HKY85181100YYYN
GTR181100YYYN
ML181100YYYN
K2P245100YYYY
HKY85245100YYYY
GTR245100YYYY
ML245100YYYY
    MP181200YYYN
245200YYYY
    MLHKY854210YYYY
HKY854010YYYN
HKY854010YYYY
HKY853810YYYY
HKY856110YYYN
HKY856110YYYY
HKY856410YYYN
HKY851811YYYN
Bootstrap
    MEK2P1811009575100U
GTR1811009273100U
HKY851811009478100U
ML1811009673100U
K2P2451009479100U
GTR2451008980100U
HKY852451008486100U
ML2451009590100U
    MP18110081U100U
2451008689100U
    MLHKY85441009181100U
HKY85401009198100U
HKY85401009585100U
HKY85381009489100U
  • a For ML analyses, seven smaller independent data sets were used to test the monophyly of the target groups. For ME and MP all data sets were the same for heuristic searches and bootstrap analyses.

  • b Numbers denote the numbers of repititions (nreps) performed in heuristic searches and bootstrap analyses.

  • c Monophyly of the groups of interest in heuristic searches are denoted as yes (Y) or no (N) and if the clade is supported or unsupported (U) by bootstrap analysis. Bootstrap support (percent) for nodes that demark the monophyly of the indicated clade is shown. Seventy percent was used as a cutoff for convincing bootstrap support (10).

  • d The “All” category denotes monophyly of OP11, OD1, and SR1 as a single clade, as seen in the original articulation of OP11.