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Table 1 The estimated number of parallel gains on the branches stemming out of each of the internal nodes in the phylogenetic tree (excluding the root; see Additional file 4)

From: Patterns of intron gain and conservation in eukaryotic genes

internal node Subclade_1 subclade_2 total number of shared sites total number of parallel gains [95% confidence inrterval] % parallel gains [95% confidence inrterval]
AME Unikonts Magnoliophyta 630 122.8 [38.5 – 229.3] 19.5 [6.1 – 36.4]
Unikonts Dicdi Opisthokonts 212 4.9 [1.6 – 15.3] 2.3 [0.7 – 7.2]
Opisthokonts Metazoa Fungi 606 70.7 [23.0 – 123.1] 11.7 [3.8 – 20.3]
Metazoa Caeel Coelomata 374 24.0 [7.8 – 38.7] 6.4 [2.1 – 10.4]
Coelomata Deuterostomia Diptera 350 7.0 [2.4 – 11.5] 2.0 [0.7 – 3.3]
Deuterostomia Strpu Chordata 1395 4.7 [1.6 – 8.2] 0.3 [0.1 – 0.6]
Diptera Drome Anoga 192 0.0 [0.0 – 0.1] 0.0 [0.0-0.0]
Fungi Cryne Ascomycota 223 7.0 [2.4 – 13.7] 3.1 [1.1 – 6.1]
Ascomycota Schpo ScAfNc 82 0.3 [0.0 – 0.5] 0.3 [0.0 – 0.7]
ScAfNc Sacce Pezizomycotina 5 0.0 [0.0 – 0.1] 0.5 [0.1 – 1.2]
Magnoliophyta Arath Orysa 1337 0.2 [0.1 – 0.5] 0.0 [0.0-0.0]
Chordata Cioin Vertebrata 822 2.5 [0.9 – 4.2] 0.3 [0.1 – 0.5]
Vertebrata Danre Amniota 1701 0.3 [0.1 – 0.5] 0.0 [0.0-0.0]
Apicomplexa Thepa Plafa 113 3.9 [0.4 – 8.0] 3.4 [0.3 – 7.1]
Pezizomycotina Aspfu Neucr 221 0.1 [0.0 – 0.3] 0.1 [0.0 – 0.1]
Amniota Galga Mammals 1659 0.1 [0.0 – 0.1] 0.0 [0.0-0.0]
Mammals Homsa Roden 1448 0.0 [0.0-0.0] 0.0 [0.0-0.0]
  1. Species abbreviations are as in Fig. 1. AME stands for the last common Ancestor of Multicellular Eukaryotes