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Figure 2. From: DIVERSITY OF BAT-ASSOCIATED LEPTOSPIRA IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON INFERRED BY BAYESIAN PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF 16S RIBOSOMAL DNA SEQUENCES.

Bootstrap 50% majority rule consensus tree generated by weighted parsimony analysis of 1,000 pseudoreplicates. Bootstrap proportions appear above selected nodes. Hightlighted (bold type) clones were detected in bats caught in Iquitos.

MICHAEL A. MATTHIAS, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg. ;73(5):964-974.
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Figure 1. From: DIVERSITY OF BAT-ASSOCIATED LEPTOSPIRA IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON INFERRED BY BAYESIAN PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF 16S RIBOSOMAL DNA SEQUENCES.

Phylogenetic tree based on 16S ribosomal DNA gene sequences using Bayesian analysis showing the 50% majority rule consensus of 29,000 trees from Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling. Bayesian posterior probabilities are given above the node. Shaded boxes show individual subgroups: A = pathogenic strains; B = intermediate strains; and C = saprophytic strains. Nodes with less than 50% bootstrap support are indicated by an asterisk. Iquitos is the urbanized center of Iquitos. Peña Negra is a patch of mature forest surrounded by second-growth forest. Varillal is mature forest and second-growth forest. La Habana is second-growth forest and a cultivated area. Moralillo is mature and second-growth forest along the Iquitos-Nauta Highway. Highlighted (bold type) clones were detected in bats caught in Iquitos.

MICHAEL A. MATTHIAS, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg. ;73(5):964-974.

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