Sequence diversity and cluster set summaries (rel. 194)

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Phylota TaxBrowser Mirror Table
NCBI taxon name1   Descendant species2 Descendant terminals Descendant genera Sequences (GIs) Seq. clusters3 Phylog. inform. seq. clusters4
Papilionoideae   up to Fabaceae 5197 5444 442 94922 2666 475
    Abreae 
7 8 1 87 24 1
    Amorpheae 
61 64 8 154 29 3
    Bossiaeeae 
14 14 6 40 20 2
    Brongniartieae 
44 44 9 98 21 4
    Cicereae 
31 31 1 1268 46 12
    Crotalarieae 
526 538 14 1043 31 12
    Dalbergieae 
471 493 49 5057 408 25
    Desmodieae 
98 100 12 1125 35 19
    Dipterygeae 
15 15 3 86 30 3
    Euchresteae 
3 3 1 18 15 0
    Fabeae 
265 293 5 7678 402 69
    Galegeae 
608 631 21 2804 250 48
    Genisteae 
415 463 27 4344 234 33
    Hedysareae 
196 210 10 1109 97 9
    Hypocalypteae 
3 3 1 9 4 0
    Indigofereae 
295 295 7 419 24 3
    Loteae 
192 211 20 9789 116 14
    Millettieae 
178 179 40 1086 143 13
    Mirbelieae 
279 284 27 831 27 8
    Phaseoleae 
458 484 77 25939 663 105
    Podalyrieae 
109 111 8 295 14 4
    Psoraleeae 
62 69 9 737 50 11
    Robinieae 
67 71 12 531 61 9
    Sesbanieae 
22 22 2 855 32 4
    Sophoreae 
192 195 43 1119 121 17
    Swartzieae 
142 145 17 906 25 14
    Thermopsideae 
30 31 6 226 54 10
    Trifolieae 
413 436 6 27269 243 64
    unclassified Papillionoideae 
1 1 0 0 - -

   1Names refer to node and its subtree unless the term "node only" appears.
   2Taxa at species rank as determined by NCBI (including this node). Note that some of these have not been formally named yet and are not retrieved in certain NCBI Taxonomy searches (e.g., Marina sp. Lavin 5341), but they are associated with sequence(s) and are counted as species here.
   3Clusters built by exhaustive all-against-all BLAST searches. For further information of about this see here. A dash (-) means there were too many sequences to cluster or no sequences at all.
   4Phylogenetically informative clusters have four or more taxa (not GIs) represented.