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GTRGovernment Travel Regulation
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We used the maximum-likelihood method based on the general time-reversible model to infer phylogenic relationships and tree construction for each gene in MEGA version 7 (8) with 500 bootstrap replicates for robustness.
A phylogenetic tree was constructed by Bayesian inference, using MrBayes version 3.1.2 ( under a general time-reversible plus gamma distribution plus invariable site model with [10.sup.7] generations setup (Figure).
We estimated maximum-likelihood trees for all 8 RNA segments by using MEGA version 5.2 and the general time-reversible model (7).
Phylogenetic trees were produced with a maximum likelihood method incorporating the GTR+ [GAMMA]+I model of nucleotide substitution, with the general time-reversible (GTR) substitution matrix, the base composition, the gamma ([GAMMA]) distribution of among-site rate variation, and the proportion of invariant sites (I) all estimated from the data.
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