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Table 2 Statistical comparisons of the best neighbor-joining tree with the hypothesis 1 and hypothesis 2 trees

From: The rhomboids: a nearly ubiquitous family of intramembrane serine proteases that probably evolved by multiple ancient horizontal gene transfers

Kishino-Hasegawa test
Tree Length Length difference SD (difference) t p*
Best 4951 -    
Hypothesis 1 4966 15 11.9 1.26 0.211
Hypothesis 2 4974 23 10.8 2.12 0.036
Templeton (Wilcoxon signed-ranks) test
Tree Length Rank sums N z p*
Best 4951 -    
Hypothesis 1 4966 1418.0 69 -1.33 0.185
   -997.0    
Hypothesis 2 4974 1244.5 62 -1.97 0.048
   -708.5    
Winning-sites (sign) test
Tree Length Counts p*   
Best 4951     
Hypothesis 1 4966 36 0.810   
   -33    
Hypothesis 2 4974 40 0.031   
   -22    
  1. *Probability of getting a more extreme test statistic under the null hypothesis of no difference between the two trees (two-tailed test).