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Table 2 Summary statistics for spidroin N- and C-terminal domain character sets.

From: Untangling spider silk evolution with spidroin terminal domains

Data Chr. Var. PI Len. CI RI MPT % distance ave (min-max) branches BT ≥ 70% branches PP ≥ 0.95 D/L score Parsimony D/L score Bayesian
N nu 504 455 415 2989 0.367 0.452 1 0.52(0.03-0.66) 10 11 55.5(11/39) 44.5(9/31)
C nu 327 300 283 1877 0.392 0.497 2 0.55(0.01-0.72) 11 13 43(10/28) 50(10/35)
N aa 168 160 144 1223 0.634 0.587 4 0.63(0.01-0.88) 9 11 60(12/42) 53.5(11/37)
C aa 109 102 96 720 0.643 0.635 8 0.65(0-0.90) 9 11 59(12/41) 57(12/39)
N+C nu 831 755 697 4877 0.376 0.459 1 0.53(0.02-0.65) 12 13 54.5(11/38) 50(10/35)
N+C aa 277 262 239 1954 0.633 0.591 1 0.64(0.01-0.81 12 13 55.5(11/39) 49(10/34)
  1. nu = nucleotide, aa = amino acid, chr = total # characters, Var. = variable characters, PI = parsimony informative characters, Len = tree length, CI = consistency index of most parsimonious tree(s) for given data, RI = retention index, MPT=# most parsimonious trees.