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Table 4 Proportion of Rag1 sequences for which the homogeneity assumption is rejected.

From: Base composition, selection, and phylogenetic significance of indels in the recombination activating gene-1 in vertebrates

   N Bp P < 0.05
     Total 1 st 2 nd 3 rd
Actinopterygii F 110 3246 63 18 5 61
  3' 110 1453-3246 63 25 2 62
Amphibia F 113 3252 65 10 3 66
  5' 7 1-1461 52 29 0 67
  3' 113 1462-3252 65 11 3 65
  ZF 7 991-1110 43 5 5 48
  DB 7 1294-1461 48 10 0 43
Aves F 119 3141 40 9 8 40
  5' 119 1-1353 27 8 6 27
  3' 119 1354-3141 31 10 7 33
  ZF 119 883-1002 3 0 0 2
  DB 119 1186-1353 15 0 0 15
Chondrichthyes F 30 3336 29 11 4 33
  3' 30 1360-3336 31 12 4 34
Crocodylia F 13 2949 27 3 27 32
  5' 13 1-1257 0 4 0 0
  3' 13 1258-2949 27 0 24 23
  ZF 13 787-906 0 0 0 0
  DB 13 1090-1257 5 0 0 8
Lepidosauria F 84 2928 53 10 5 51
  5' 80 1-1263 34 11 3 30
  3' 84 1264-2928 46 3 3 50
  ZF 80 793-912 12 3 1 12
  DB 80 1096-1263 14 3 0 16
Mammalia F 89 3165 54 9 7 54
  5' 37 1-1377 46 15 16 40
  3' 89 1378-3165 54 6 6 54
  ZF 37 913-1032 17 10 0 15
  DB 37 1210-1377 26 4 0 23
Testudines F 24 2793 21 8 7 12
  5' 24 1-1212 12 11 6 28
  3' 24 1213-2793 13 11 3 2
  ZF 24 742-861 1 0 0 1
  DB 24 1045-1212 7 10 0 1
  1. Proportion of sequences (in % rounded up) of Rag1 for each group for which the assumption of homogeneous base composition is rejected using the disparity index test (p < 0.05; Monte Carlo test with 500 replicates). "N" indicates the number of sequences used. Alignment based on the 582 sequences dataset. "Bp" indicates the total number of base pairs or the base pairs range for the analyzed fragment after the within group alignment. Note that for Actinopterygii and Chondrichthyes only the 3'-end of the gene is indicated. "F", "5"' and "3"' indicate the full gene and the 5' and 3'-ends of the gene, respectively. "ZF" and "DB" indicate the zinc finger and DNA binding domains, respectively. See Methods for any additional information on the gene divisions and data available for each gene division.