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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 3

A neighbor-joining tree of representative isolates from the 2 populations is plotted with the inferred ancestral sources of individual polymorphic sites in each of the 10 genes. The names of the genes and to which chromosome they belong are indicated. These results are based on using the linkage model of STRUCTURE with K = 2.

Figure 3. A neighbor-joining tree of representative isolates from the 2 populations is plotted with the inferred ancestral sources of individual polymorphic sites in each of the 10 genes. The names of the genes and to which chromosome they belong are indicated. These results are based on using the linkage model of STRUCTURE with K = 2.

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