Table 1

Summary of posterior values from the IM analysis

A. cla Ne

A. pom Ne

Anc. Ne

t

A. cla > A. pom

A. pom > A. cla

» A. pom

» A. cla


Autosomes

HiPt

8595

2617

448

983

3.9

6.8

0.74

0.39

LHPD90

5862

1364

78

623

1.6

2.8

0.21

0.083

HHPD90

12119

4721

52389

27672

7.6

16.3

2.0

1.7

ESS

8282

3175

38954

333

5111

3027

Z-chromosome

HiPt

3279

9071

65

374

4.5

0.034

0.32

0.0068

LHPD90

1412

4483

65

235

1.3

0.0011

0.040

0.0011

HHPD90

6884

14688

43406

27672

10.4

3.4

1.6

1.09

ESS

9201

12030

39997

2517

9431

6606


Table 1 legend: Summary of posterior values from the IM analysis scaled by a per gene per generation mutation rate of 1.4*10-9. Given is the highest point estimate for each parameter (HiPt), the lower (LHPD90) and higher (HHPD90) boundaries for the 90% highest posterior density and the effective sample sizes for each parameter (ESS). Only values from the two longest (1 Million steps burn-in + 100 Million steps run time) runs are tabulated. Per generation population migration rates into (») each species is also given. A. cla = Aquila clanga, A. pom = Aquila pomarina, Anc. = ancestral population, Ne = effective population size, > = gene flow direction (per gene per generation *10-6), t = time since divergence (1000 years).

Backström and Väli BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:100   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-100

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