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Table 2 Polymorphism statistics and neutrality tests for Sarea spp. and Zythia resinae

From: Sareomycetes: more diverse than meets the eye

Dataset n bp Gaps/missing s h Hd π (JC) Tajima’s D Fu’s Fs
nuITS
Sarea coeloplata 1 22 482 48 17 14/20 0.948 0.00662 -1.41635 -7.954(**)
Sarea coeloplata 2 15 483 31 17 7/12 0.838 0.01186 0.05176 0.91
Sarea difformis 17 482 28 31 13/13 0.956 0.01754 -0.58929 -2.987
Zythia resinae 118 511 115 71 48/68 0.96 0.02835 -0.55575 -12.831(*)
nuLSU
Sarea coeloplata 1 8 909 382 4 4/7 0.786 0.00251 -0.62573 -0.674
Sarea coeloplata 2 8 907 381 13 4/6 0.75 0.00803 -0.84352 1.756
Sarea difformis 10 908 415 9 7/7 0.911 0.00548 -0.67784 -2.631
Zythia resinae 32 906 226 34 16/17 0.897 0.0114 -0.32928 -1.648
mtSSU
Sarea coeloplata 1 5 741 35 12 4/4 0.9 0.00973 1.30583 0.98
Sarea coeloplata 2 8 740 17 14 4/4 0.75 0.01013 1.74512 3.209
Sarea difformis 11 750 72 33 6/8 0.8 0.01919 0.61079 3.46
Zythia resinae 40 691 36 35 14/18 0.931 0.01301 0.08728 -0.796
  1. Polymorphism statistics and neutrality tests results for each marker (nuITS, nuLSU and mtSSU), and Sarea spp. and Zythia resinae. Columns contain the number of sequences (n), their length (in bp), the number of positions in the alignment with gaps and missing data, the number of segregating sites (s), the number of haplotypes (h; value after stroke was calculated considering gaps in the alignment), haplotype diversity (Hd), nucleotide diversity (π) using the Jukes and Cantor (1969) correction, and results of neutrality tests
  2. *: 0.01<p-value<0.05; **: p-value<0.01