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Table 1 Annotation results output by blastx for SNPs considered most significantly under selection between lineages A and B

From: Genetic variation in populations of the earthworm, Lumbricus rubellus, across contaminated mine sites

Marker Scaffold name Sequence length (bp) Sequence description Minimum e-value Bayescan log10(PO)
1 scaffold694 35,309 lysine-specific demethylase 4A isoform X3 2.72E-55 3.2215
2 scaffold626 36,160 collagen alpha-1(I) chain-like isoform ×1 5.99E-10 2.8532
3 scaffold84914 3222 ---NA---   2.8532
4 scaffold1008 32,106 syntaxin-binding 1-like isoform ×1 4.55E-16 2.7951
5 scaffold486 38,320 PREDICTED: uncharacterized protein LOC109476627 5.06E-46 2.7951
6 scaffold4171 29,021 keratin-associated 12–2-like 6.00E-08 2.7439
7 scaffold55819 5250 potassium voltage-gated channel Shab-like 3.73E-60 2.6187
8 scaffold14485 12,918 ubiquitin thioesterase 4.87E-11 2.5838
9 scaffold14102 13,094 hypothetical protein HELRODRAFT_80699 2.16E-05 2.5215
10 scaffold20298 10,806 probable G- coupled receptor No9 2.07E-67 2.4185
  1. The e-value refers to the expected number of random hits for an alignment by blastx, with lower values being more significant matches. Evidence for selection is demonstrated by the log posterior odds scores (PO), with higher scores demonstrating a better likelihood of selection than no selection. All SNPs are considered as candidates under selection by Bayescan and PCAdapt. A complete table can be found in Additional file 3