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From: Multi-faceted analysis provides little evidence for recurrent whole-genome duplications during hexapod evolution

Fig. 3

Branch-wise marginal posterior mean duplication (upper branches) and loss rates (lower branches) for the two nine-taxon species trees. a Holometabola tree, b Hemimetabola (and others) tree. The arrow in b indicates the branch where the root of the Holometabola tree in a connects to the tree in b. The hypothetical WGDs considered in the Whale analyses are indicated along the branches by rectangular boxes, where black indicates WGD hypotheses with a significantly non-zero retention rate (i.e., there is statistical support for a significant deviation from the background duplication-loss process, thus providing support for a proposed WGD hypothesis) and white boxes indicate non-supported WGD hypotheses (i.e., the retention rate does not differ significantly from 0). Please note the caveat with regard to the C. felis WGD hypothesis (indicated with an asterisk) as indicated in the main text

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