Figure 3

From: Genomes of coral dinoflagellate symbionts highlight evolutionary adaptations conducive to a symbiotic lifestyle

Figure 3

Maximum-likelihood trees (1,000 bootstraps) for (A) bicarbonate transporters (PF00955 HCO3_cotransp) and (B) ammonium transporters (PF00909 Ammonium_transp), present in the genomes of Symbiodinium microadriaticum, Symbiodinium minutum, Symbiodinium kawagutii and the transcriptomes of Karenia brevis, Lingulodinium polyedrum, Amphidinium carterae, Crypthecodinium cohnii, and Prorocentrum minimum. Phylogenetic grouping of bicarbonate and ammonium transporters by species indicates lineage specific duplications in all dinoflagellate species. Only genes and transcripts with transporter domains with e-values > 10−15 and lengths above 150 amino acids were selected for the analysis. Species-specific gene duplications are colored according to species and edges with bootstrap support below 50 are collapsed. Files for phylogenetic tress are provided in the supplement (Supplemental Information, File S1 and File S2).