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Table 4 Association of retroelements with heterochromatin

From: Genomic neighborhoods for Arabidopsisretrotransposons: a role for targeted integration in the distribution of the Metaviridae

Hypotheses Test Group(s) tested p-values Accept?
All families share a similar probability of being in or outside heterochromatin MRPP, 10,000 random permutations MV(FSR), PV(FSR), NL(R) 0.0000 No
   MV(FSR), PV(FSR) 0.0000 No
   MV(FSR), NL(R) 0.0000 No
   PV(FSR), NL(R) 0.0000 No
Metaviridae sublineages have similar heterochromatic distributions MRPP, 10,000 random permutations MV Athila, Metavirus, Tat 0.0011 No
   MV Athila, Metavirus 0.0016 No
   MV Athila, Tat 0.5211 Yes
   MV Metavirus, Tat 0.0105 No
Element subtypes have similar heterochromatic distributions MRPP, 1,000 random permutations MV(SR), PV(SR), NL(R) 0.0000 No
   MV(FR), PV(FR), NL(R) 0.3960 Yes
   MV(FS), PV(FS) 0.0000 No
Pseudoviridae subtypes have similar heterochromatic distributions Pearson's chi-square PV(FSR) 0.0002 No
   PV(FS) 0.0001 No
   PV(FR) 0.0073 No
   PV(SR) 0.9419 Yes
Metaviridae subtypes have similar heterochromatic distributions Pearson's chi-square MV(FSR) 0.0001 No
   MV(FS) 0.0002 No
   MV(FR) 0.5146 Yes
   MV(SR) 0.0159 No
  1. MV, Metaviridae; PV, Pseudoviridae; NL, non-LTR retrotransposon; R, RT-only; S, solo LTR; F, full-length element. p-values < 0.05 are displayed in bold text.