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Table 4 Probability of an intron in extant species to be inherited from an ancestral node

From: Patterns of intron gain and conservation in eukaryotic genes

intron is present in Probability that it is also present in 95% confidence interval
Dicdi 0.71 AME [0.46 – 0.92]
Caeel 0.19 AME [0.10 – 0.74]
Strpu 0.31 AME [0.17 – 0.79]
Cioin 0.22 AME [0.12 – 0.75]
Danre 0.29 AME [0.16 – 0.78]
Galga 0.29 AME [0.16 – 0.78]
Homsa 0.30 AME [0.17 – 0.78]
Roden 0.30 AME [0.17 – 0.78]
Drome 0.30 AME [0.17 – 0.78]
Anoga 0.28 AME [0.16 – 0.78]
Cryne 0.29 AME [0.17 – 0.78]
Schpo 0.39 AME [0.24 – 0.82]
Sacce 0.27 AME [0.16 – 0.77]
Aspfu 0.27 AME [0.15 – 0.77]
Neucr 0.21 AME [0.11 – 0.75]
Arath 0.31 AME [0.18 – 0.79]
Orysa 0.30 AME [0.17 – 0.78]
Thepa 0.30 Apicomplexa [0.10 – 0.77]
Plafa 0.46 Apicomplexa [0.21 – 0.81]
  1. Confidence intervals are wide due to the large amount of uncertainty associated with the input patterns (each pattern has 18 out of 19 sites with the presence/absence of the intron marked as unknown). Species and lineages abbreviations are as in Table 1.