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Table 2 Analyses of polymorphism with tests of selection.

From: A Δ11 desaturase gene genealogy reveals two divergent allelic classes within the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis)

  Variable sites (S) Parsimony informative sites Nucleotide diversity
π
Tajima's D Fu and Li's D Fu and Li's F Net divergence between populations Da
All ECB 120 59 0.017 (0.0010) -0.80 -2.77
P < 0.02
-2.43
P < 0.05
 
E moths 74 38 0.019 (0.0015) 0.11 -0.965 -0.078 E and Z:
0.00015
Z moths 94 49 0.017 (0.0016) -0.52 -1.906 -1.703  
Clade A 55 17 0.007 (0.0005) -1.53 ACB1: -3.218
P < 0.02
ACB2: -2.700
P < 0.02
ACB1: -3.230
P < 0.02
ACB2: -2.800
P < 0.05
A and B:
0.023
Clade B 33 8 0.005 (0.0008) -1.60 ACB1: -2.748
P < 0.02
ACB2: -2.135
0.10 > P > 0.05
ACB1: -2.952
P < 0.02
ACB2: -2.413
P < 0.05
 
  1. Analyses omit sequence positions containing a gap and do not include insertion deletion polymorphism. Standard deviation of nucleotide diversity is in parentheses. Fu and Li's D and F statistics (Fu and Li 1993) were calculated using the total number of segregating sites. If choice of ACB1 vs. ACB2 as an outgroup gave different values, both are reported. P values are given for test statistics that deviate from neutral expectations.