Table 3

Oculina tachylectin-2 codons under positive selection

Probability (ω > 1)


Residue #

ML

cNJ


8

0.91

1.0


10

0.92


11

0.54


13

0.84


14

0.55


21

0.69


27

1.0


48

0.52


51

0.90

0.97


53

0.90

1.0


54

0.98

1.0


71

0.53


The p-values for the M7 vs. M8 likelihood ratio tests are shown, as are the sites determined to be under positive selection by Bayes Empirical Bayes analysis based on two allele trees (maximum likelihood, ML, and collapsed neighbor joining, cNJ) and their probabilities of belonging to the group of residues undergoing positive selection.

Hayes et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2010 10:150   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-150

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