Table 2

Coalescent age estimates for M1 and U6 and some of the most frequent sub-clades
N ρ Age estimatea ρ Age estimateb
M1 100 3.6 28 900 ± 7 600 9.45 26 100
95%CI 17 900–34 700
M1a 78 2.62 20 900 ± 4 900 7.76 21 200
95%CI 15 000–27 600
M1a1 42 2.02 16 200 ± 3 300 5.43 14 600
95%CI 10 400–18 800
M1a2 15 1.93 15 400 ± 5 700 6.4 17 300
95%CI 9 500–25 500
M1a3 10 1.8 14 400 ± 6 100 4.4 11 700
95%CI 6 700–16 900
M1b 22 2.55 20 300 ± 5 700 7.36 20 000
95%CI 12 400–28 000
M1b1 9 1.33 10 700 ± 5 300 3.44 9 800
95%CI 3 800–14 500
M1b2 13 2 16 000 ± 4 400 4.62 12 300
95%CI 8 000–16 800
U6 139 4.11 32 800 ± 7 000 12.27 34 600
95%CI 24 100–45 500
U6a 104 3.74 29 900 ± 4 600 9.16 25 300
95%CI 20 100–30 600
U6a1 22 2.73 21 800 ± 6 400 6.59 17 900
95%CI 10 700–25 200
U6a2 12 1.58 12 700 ± 4 900 7 19 000
95%CI 11 600–26 700
U6a3 22 2.36 18 800 ± 5 100 6.86 18 600
95%CI 12 400–25 000
U6a7 27 4.7 37 600 ± 12 800 10.4 27 900
95%CI 15 600–40 800
U6b 21 1.19 9 500 ± 2 800 5 13 400
95%CI 7 500–19 500
U6c 5 1 8 000 ± 5 300 4.2 11 200
95%CI 4 700–17 900

Clock: a rate from (Loogväli, et al. [33]); b calculated with the calculator from Soares et al. [34].

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