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Table 3 The recombinant regions detected by RDP, Geneconv, Bootscan and Maximum X2 of the Fusarium mitochondrial genomes.

From: Mitochondrial introgression and interspecies recombination in the Fusarium fujikuroi species complex

Recombinant a   Recombinant region b Parents c   P-values d
  Begin End Genes included   RDP GeneConv Bootscan MaxX 2
F. circinatum 20 366 20934 intergenic between tRNA.cys and cox1 F. mangiferae x unknown 6.89E-04 3.96E-02 4.54E-03 6.25E-05
F. mangiferae 2862 4530 atp9 to cox2 F. fujkuroi x F. circinatum 2.50E-45 2.29E-48 2.46E-46 8.77E-19
F. mangiferae 10621 10820 intergenic between cob and tRNA.cys F. fujikuroi x unknown 1.03E-13 2.59E-11 8.52E-13 4.14E-05
F. mangiferae 23296 24471 atp6 F. fujikuroi x F. circinatum 3.90E-11 5.08E-08 2.29E-11 1.16E-06
F. temperatum 11143 11771 tRNA.arg F. mangiferae x unknown 1.78E-22 2.54E-24 9.66E-27 2.47E-11
  1. aThe FFC species or daughter in which the recombinant region was detected.
  2. bThe position of the recombinant region according to the mt genome of each specific FFSC species, F mangiferae (KP742837), F. temperatum (KP742838), and F. circinatum (JX910419).
  3. cThe suggested origin of the recombinant region according to RDP, Geneconv, Bootscan and Maximum X2 implemented in RDP version 3.44 (Martin et al. 2010). Unknown = the parent of this recombination event is not present within the dataset.
  4. dThe P-values for each of the recombination detection methods RDP, Geneconv, Bootscan and Maximum X2 implemented in RDP version 3.44 (Martin et al. 2010). Only those events detected with all four methods are shown (see Supplementary Table S3 for the results for all individual tests). RDP identifies recombinant segments via pair-wise percentage identity values (Martin & Rybicki 2000), Geneconv detects recombinant segments as aligned pairs that are unusually long and sufficiently similar (Padidam et al. 1999), Bootscan identifies recombinant segments as high degree of bootstrap support for different phylogenies (Martin et al. 2005) and Maximum X2 detects recombinant sections by comparing the number of segregating sites on both sides of the recombinant breakpoint (Smith 1992).