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Table 6 Plant mitochondrial genes used in this study and ratioDt values.

From: Is plant mitochondrial RNA editing a source of phylogenetic incongruence? An answer from in silico and in vivo data sets

Gene N L E Vg Vc Mg Mc ratioDt
atp1 7 1527.86 0.85 199 202 HKY+I HKY+I 0
matR 8 2023.50 1.24 360 356 K80+G K80+G 0
atp8 8 504.00 2.58 143 142 HKY+G HKY+G 0
rps3 7 1670.14 2.93 483 472 GTR+I GTR+I 0
nad1 7 980.57 4.90 71 63 HKY+I HKY 0
ccb3 7 735.43 6.66 116 107 HKY+I HKY+I 0
atp6 9 962.00 3.43 510 485 HKY+G+I HKY+G+I 0.16
cox3 9 802.67 3.86 71 70 GTR+I GTR+G 0.16
rps12 14 377.79 4.24 79 74 HKY+G HKY+G 0.18
nad5 7 2012.14 1.99 139 124 HKY+I HKY+I 0.25
rpl5 8 568.13 2.46 186 182 GTR+I HKY+G 0.25
atp4 7 602.57 3.65 153 157 HKY+G HKY+G 0.25
nad6 7 642.43 4.05 124 119 F81+I F81+I 0.25
rps13 8 350.25 2.86 45 45 F81+G F81+G 0.4
cob 10 1183.50 3.72 135 129 HKY+I HKY+I 0.43
cox2 16 774.75 4.26 176 160 HKY+G HKY+G 0.5
ccb2 7 621.00 11.27 75 72 HKY HKY+G 0.5
nad3 19 363.00 14.05 86 72 GTR+G GTR+G 0.5
atp9 16 234.19 6.41 81 72 K80+G HKY+G 0.54
nad9 9 606.00 2.81 58 52 HKY+I HKY+G 0.6
  1. Notes. K80, Kimura; F81, Felsenstein 1981; HKY, Hasegawa-Kishino-Yano; GTR, General time reversible; I, invariant sites; G, gamma correction.
  2. The editing percentage is calculated for each multiple alignment as the proportion of site patterns containing at least one editing event over the total number of site patterns.
For each gene, the number of sequences (N), the mean length (L), the editing percentage (E), the number of variable sites (Vg for genomic and Vc for cDNA), the evolutionary model (Mg for genomic and Mc for cDNA) and the ratioDt are shown.