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Table 3 Test of the evolutionary association between centromeres and cluster

From: Are ribosomal DNA clusters rearrangement hotspots? A case study in the genus Mus (Rodentia, Muridae)

Chromosomal segment lLn (Independent) lLn (Dependent) ΔlnL p-value
19 -12.9 -7.4 10.9 0.03
8p -21.7 -16.3 10.8 0.03
17p -19.1 -14 10.1 0.04
4 -18.7 -13.5 10.3 0.04
15p -17.5 -13 8.9 0.06
17d -14.3 -10 8.5 0.07
2d -9.7 -5.4 8.5 0.07
6 -19.5 -15.3 8.3 0.08
13p -21.3 -17.5 7.6 0.11
15d -7.9 -5.4 5.1 0.28
8d -7.9 -5.4 5.1 0.28
5p -16.3 -13.8 5 0.29
5d -10.7 -8.5 4.4 0.35
10p -19.4 -17.7 3.4 0.49
5m -6.9 -5.47 3 0.56
16 -15.1 -13.77 2.8 0.6
13d -8.9 -7.5 2.8 0.59
1d -8.9 -7.5 2.8 0.59
11d -10.6 -9.25 2.7 0.61
18 -16.7 -15.45 2.5 0.64
9 -17.9 -17 1.9 0.76
12 -18.3 -17.4 1.7 0.78
1p -15.5 -15.1 0.9 0.93
3 -15.9 -15.5 0.8 0.94
2p -15 -14.6 0.7 0.95
11p -14.9 -14.5 0.7 0.95
14 -13.9 -13.9 0.1 1
7 -11.1 -10.9 0.3 0.99
  1. For each orthologous segment (p = proximal, d = distal, m = median), the log-likelihood of the models with dependent or independent evolution between centromeres and clusters is provided, along with the difference in log-likelihood between them, and the resulting likelihood ratio test p-value.