Table 1

Support values for the nodes in the phylogenetic trees (Figure 1). Numbers are posterior probabilities for Bayesian inference and bootstrap confidence values for all others methods; dashes indicate that the node was not present in the tree.

Support values


Data

Method of analysis

Node A

Node B

Node C

Node D

Node E


Nuclear genes

Minimum evolution (gamma, transversions)

96

98

99

100

63

Minimum evolution (transversions)

100

100

95

100

61

Minimum evolution (paralinear distances)

100

100

47

77

68

Maximum likelihood

100

100

90

99

91

Bayesian inference

100

100

100

100

100

Maximum parsimony

100

100

64

-

86

Weighted parsimony

100

100

92

74

86


All genes

Minimum evolution (gamma, transversions)

100

89

98

70

-

Minimum evolution (transversions)

100

100

97

61

-

Minimum evolution (Paralinear distances)

100

100

91

-

-

Maximum likelihood

100

99

100

52

-

Bayesian inference

100

100

100

100

100

Maximum parsimony

97

80

96

-

-

Weighted parsimony

100

100

99

-

-


Pisani et al. BMC Biology 2004 2:1   doi:10.1186/1741-7007-2-1

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