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Table 4 Sequence statistics for the rapidly evolving chloroplast markers used

From: Towards resolving Lamiales relationships: insights from rapidly evolving chloroplast sequences

charset #chars #chars* length range mean S.D. %divergence* S.E.* %variable* %informative* %GC
dataset 7809 6070 2211-4503 3.926.44 482.561 10.15 0.187 51.417 36.063 34.212
trnK/matK 3699 3035 454-2645 2.228.78 446.491 10.367 0.264 60.362 43.229 43.229
trnLF 1997 1577 489-1104 882.881 72.353 9.086 0.402 40.076 28.155 28.155
rps16 2113 1458 0-929 814.772 122.607 10.792 0.464 45.062 29.698 29.698
  1. * calculated based on the alignment with hotspots excluded
  2. Standard errors calculated based on 100 bootstrap replicates.
  3. Key: Characters = number of characters in the alignment matrix; Length range = actual sequence length in nucleotides (including hotspots; minimal and maximal value observed); SD = standard deviation of mean length; S.E. = Standard error; % divergence (range) = pairwise sequence distance in percent (uncorrected p distance, overall mean); % variable = percentage of variable positions; % informative = percentage of parsimony informative positions; % GC = GC content.