Table 1

The only phylogenetic positions of Olpidium that could not be rejected by either the weighted Shimodaira-Hasegawa (wSH) or the Approximately Unbiased (AU) tests were within the Zygomycota.

Tree

Constraint

ΔlnL

AU1

wSH1


1

Olpidium united with "Zygomycota, unresolved" (Best tree; Figure 2)

0.0

0.896

0.995

2

Olpidium united with Glomeromycota in Zygomycota

19.8

0.208

0.619

3

Olpidium united with Mucoromycotina in Zygomycota

42.3

0.013*

0.087

4

Olpidium united with Dikarya

65.7

0.011*

0.058

5

Olpidium sister to all terrestrial fungi

80.8

0.000**

0.010*

6

Olpidium united with Blastocladiomycota

148.4

0.002**

0.004**

7

Olpidium sister to all other fungi

148.7

0.005**

0.008**

8

Olpidium sister to all terrestrial fungi and Blastocladiomycota

154.6

0.000**

0.000**

9

Olpidium united with Neocallimastigomycota

174.1

0.004**

0.013*

10

Olpidium united with Monoblepharidomycetes

203.6

0.000**

0.000**

11

Olpidium united with "Core chytrid clade"

233.6

0.000**

0.000**


1AU, Approximately Unbiased; wSH, weighted Shimodaira-Hasegawa test. The constrained tree was significantly worse than the best tree (Figure 2) at P < 0.05* or P < 0.01**.

Sekimoto et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:331   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-331

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