International Journal of Evolutionary Biology / 2015 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

The Evolutionary History of Daphniid α-Carbonic Anhydrase within Animalia

Figure 1

Phylogeny of α-CAs inferred from a maximum likelihood analysis performed with MrBayes; posterior probabilities of branches are indicated at the nodes. Species are collapsed within a larger taxonomical grouping. Branches are colored according to alpha-carbonic anhydrase families: GPI-anchored (dark green: invertebrate; medium green: vertebrate), membrane-bound (light green), secretory (purple), CA-RP (red), and cytosolic (dark blue: invertebrate; light blue: vertebrate). Black branches represent the bacterial outgroup α-CA families.

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