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Table 3 Results of GARD and FEL analyses

From: Signatures of selection in loci governing major colour patterns in Heliconius butterflies and related species

  Races included1 Races excluded2
Gene BP3 ΔAICC4 KH p ≤ 0.055 FEL (GARD)6 FEL (NJ)7 BP3 ΔAICC4 KH p ≤ 0.055 FEL (GARD) 6
Trehalase 2 34.25 0 0 0 5 45.5 0 0
HM00021 5 265.8 2 403
(p = 0.06)
403
(p = 0.06)
7 199.13 0 403 (p = 0.04)
HM00024 2 129.72 0 0 0 2 120.03 1 0
MAD/MAX 3 14.53 0 0 0 2 6.03 0 0
Kinesin 8 596.42 2 154
(p = 0.09)
71 (p = 0.06);
154 (p = 0.08)
9 205.46 0 0
HM01022 0 N/A N/A N/A 0 2 0.2 0 0
  1. 1Races included: HyPhy analyses were performed using interspecific and intraspecific sequences.
  2. 2Races excluded: HyPhy analyses were performed using only interspecific sequences.
  3. 3BP: Number of recombinant breakage points predicted by GARD.
  4. 4ΔAICC: The difference in AICC score of the best GARD model that allows changing tree topologies for predicted partitions and the AICC score for the null model in which one tree is inferred.
  5. 5KH p ≤ 0.05: Number of GARD predicted breakpoints that show significant topological incongruence by the Kuchibhatla and Hart (KH) test at p ≤ 0.05.
  6. 6FEL (GARD): Fixed Effects Likelihood (FEL) analysis detected codons showing signatures of positive selection at p ≤ 0.1 using topologies inferred by GARD recombinant partitions.
  7. 7FEL (NJ): Fixed Effects Likelihood (FEL) analysis detected codons showing signatures of positive selection (ω >1) at p ≤ 0.1 using a single neighbour joining (NJ) tree.