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Table 5 Results from topology tests

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

   Templeton Winning-sites Approxiomately Unbiased Shimodaira-Hasegawa
topology Length P P P P
tree 1 13123 0.2971 0.4049 1.000 0.994
tree 2 13118    5e-004 0.006
  1. Key: Maximum Parsimony: Templeton- and Winning-sites tests. Tree 1: optimal tree from RAxML search (Figure 2), tree 2: optimal tree from MP ratchet search, where Byblidaceae appear as sister to Lentibulariaceae. P = Approximate probability of getting a more extreme test statistic under the null hypothesis of no difference between the two trees (two-tailed test). The shortest tree (tree 2) is not significantly different from the ML topology (tree 1, Figure 2). Maximum Likelihood: Approximatly Unbiased- and Shimodaira-Hasegawa tests. The ML topology (tree 1, Figure 2) is significantly different from and more likely than the MP alternative (tree 2).