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Table 4 Observed 95% CIs of simulated S and demographic parameters among Nile perch lineages

From: Evolutionary history of Nile perch Lates sp. inferred from mitochondrial DNA variation analyses

Group Population S 95% CI τ θ 0 θ 1 P(SSD sim) P(SSD obs) Hri P(Hri)
East Africa Albert Lake 15 1 ~ 14 13.81 (0.04 ~ 68.81) 0.00 (0.00 ~ 3.57) 2.11 (0.16 ~ 99,999.00) 0.240 0.126 0.339 0.20
Kyoga Lake 3 1 ~ 10 0.97 (0.00 ~ 2.45) 0.00 (0.00 ~ 0.05) 99,999.00 (1.35 ~ 99,999.00) 0.580 0.012 0.127 0.60
Nabugabo Lake 19 2 ~ 12 2.20 (0.04 ~ 4.18) 0.00 (0.00 ~ 1.40) 99,999.00 (2.41 ~ 99,999.00) 0.130 0.085 0.164 0.48
Chamo Lake 2 0 ~ 7 1.51 (0.00 ~ 4.30) 0.00 (0.00 ~ 2.53) 99,999.00 (16.84 ~ 99,999.00) 0.650 0.037 0.250 0.74
Turkana Lake 3 3 ~ 12 1.60 (0.00 ~ 3.23) 0.00 (0.00 ~ 0.97) 99,999.00 (4.79 ~ 99,999.00) 0.680 0.011 0.087 0.76
Victoria Lake 33 19 ~ 41 1.25 (0.24 ~ 5.65) 1.25 (0.00 ~ 2.16) 26.25 (4.05 ~ 99,999.00) 0.300 0.008 0.021 0.85
West Africa Senegal River 11 6 ~ 18 1.56 (0.48 ~ 2.75) 0.00 (0.00 ~ 0.53) 99,999.00 (2.92 ~ 99,999.00) 0.170 0.028 0.104 0.34
  1. CIs, confidence intervals; S, number of polymorphic sites. τ, θ 0, and θ 1 are the age of expansion and population size before and following expansion, expressed in units of mutational time, respectively. SSD is sum of square deviations between the observed and the expected mismatch distribution for a demographic history of the lineage defined by estimates of the τ, θ 0, and θ 1 parameters. P (Hri) is the probability of observing by chance a higher value of the raggedness index than the observed one, under a hypothesis of population expansion. Population age ranges are given with 95% CIs of τ for 1,000 mismatch distribution replicates.