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Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005

Research

Hybrid Vibrio vulnificus

Naiel Bisharat*Comments to Author , Daniel I. Cohen†, Rosalind M. Harding*, Daniel Falush*, Derrick W. Crook*, Tim Peto*, and Martin C. Maiden*
Author affiliations: *University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom; †Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Israel

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Figure 1

Triangle plots of STRUCTURE results. Only 2 populations were identified (A and B). Figure 1A shows the distribution of the biotypes within the 2 populations. B shows the distribution of the strains according to their source (human or environmental). C shows the strains distribution according to their geographic origin. These results were produced by the linkage model of STRUCTURE with K = 3.

Figure 1. Triangle plots of STRUCTURE results. Only 2 populations were identified (A and B). shows the distribution of the biotypes within the 2 populations. B shows the distribution of the strains according to their source (human or environmental). C shows the strains distribution according to their geographic origin. These results were produced by the linkage model of STRUCTURE with K = 3.

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