Data for: Morphology, geographic distribution and host preference are <br>poor predictors of phylogenetic relatedness in the <br>mistletoe genus Viscum L.

Published: 29 November 2018| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/bw2xcks2dj.2
Contributors:
Susann Wicke,
Daniel L. Nickrent,
Karola Maul,
Kai Mueller,
Dietmar Quandt,
Michael Krug

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Alignments, phylogenetic trees, and biogeography and trait data used for the analysis of the evolutionary history of Viscum and closely related taxa: - Folder "alignments" contains the aligned data sets 1 and 2 as described in Maul et al., all sub-alignments of the ITS region, as well as all guidanceII-optimized alignments of the 110-taxa data set 2 - Folder "chronograms" contains the results of molecular divergence age estimation using PhyloBayes (combined data from the anlysis with the CIR- and log-normal relaed clock analysis) - Folder "phylogeneticTrees" contains all phylogenetic trees in newick format as obtained with maximum likelihood ("ML") or Bayesian inference ("BI") of data sets 1 and 2, the latter of which analyzed with simple indel-coding ("~SIC") or without; results of the analyses of guidanceII-based alignments are provided in a separate subfolder. Naming of tree files follows the numbering of the results in the article. - Folder "traitData" provides all trait data from Tables S3, S4, S5 in excel table format and as easy-to-parse plain text-files (tab-delimited with comment lines)

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Evolutionary Biology, Santalales, Phylogenetic Trees, Molecular Systematics, Plant Biogeography, Molecular Phylogenetics, Mistletoes

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