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Table 2 Maximum-likelihood estimations (MLEs) and 95% of the highest posterior density (HPD) for population parameters of the populations from the SCS (TTN), the Indian Ocean (TPK) and the Indo-Pacific boundary (MKJ) under the estimated substitution rate of 1.616 * 10−9 substitutions per site per year (s/s/y; 95% HPD: 1.19–2.09 * 10−9 s/s/y) using the isolation with migration model. For each parameter, 95% HPD was shown in parentheses

From: Effects of Pleistocene sea-level fluctuations on mangrove population dynamics: a lesson from Sonneratia alba

Parameters Mutation rate (*10−9 s/s/y)
1.190 1.616 2.094
t1 (MYA) 0.067 (0.000–9.222) 0.049 (0.000–6.791) 0.038 (0.000–5.241)
Ne TTN 60 (0–1,015) 44 (0–748) 34 (0–577)
Ne MKJ 2,927 (896–9,497) 2,155 (660–6993) 1,663 (509–5397)
Ne TPK 537 (179–1,971) 396 (132–1451) 305 (102–1120)
2NM TTN -> MKJ 0.727 **(0.089–2.229)
2NM MKJ -> TTN 5.625 *10−4 (0.000–0.048)
2NM MKJ -> TPK   0.142 **(0.043–0.347)  
2NM TPK -> MKJ   0.002 (0.000–0.603)  
2NM TTN -> TPK   0.013 (0.000–0.197)  
2NM TPK -> TTN   6.375 *10−4 (0.000–0.037)  
  1. “**” denoted p-value < 0.01 for migration rate likelihood ratio test, which indicated the migration rate was significantly greater than 0. MYA is short for million years ago