International Journal of Evolutionary Biology / 2011 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Is Speciation Accompanied by Rapid Evolution? Insights from Comparing Reproductive and Nonreproductive Transcriptomes in Drosophila

Table 2

Number of genes present in each rate category when comparing D. melanogaster-D. simulans to D. yakuba-D. erecta and D. simulans-D. sechellia and to D. yakuba-D. erecta. Under brackets are the proportion of genes within tissue and the proportion within the rate category. Enrichment within a category was tested using χ 2, test and the Bonferroni corrections were applied [44].

TissueAcceleratedClock-likeSlowTotal

D. melanogaster-D. simulans versus D. yakuba-D. erecta

H129 (17.18); (14.59)445 (60.59); (14.85)177 (22.63); (18.38)751 (15.51)
O47 (20.26); (5.32)147 (63.79); (4.91)38 (15.95); (9.95)232 (4.79)
OH35 (15.70); (3.96)138 (63.68); (4.61)50 (20.62); (5.19)223 (4.6)
T142 (20.67); (16.06)440 (65.50); (14.69)105 (14.70); (10.90)687 (14.19)
TH114 (20.36); (12.90)357 (64.46); (11.92)89 (15.72); (9.24)560 (11.56)
TO32 (20.65); (3.62)99 (64.52); (3.30);24 (14.84); (2.49)155 (3.2)
TOH116 (21.17); (13.12)231 (55.97); (7.71)80 (17.57); (8.31)427 (8.82)
un269 (14.88); (30.43)1139 (64.66); (38.02)400 (20.79); (41.54)1808 (37.33)

Total884 (18.25)2996 (61.86)963 (19.89)4843

D. simulans-D. sechellia versus D. yakuba-D. erecta

H149 (21.94); (17.51)458 (67.45); (15.23)72 (10.6); (15.35)679 (15.69)
O32 (16.24); (3.76)146 (74.11); (4.86)19 (9.64); (4.05)197 (4.55)
OH48 (32.65); (5.64)130 (65.99); (4.32)19 (9.64); (4.05)197 (4.55)
T101 (16.13); (11.87)427 (68.21); (14.20)98 (15.65); (20.90)626 (14.47)
TH101 (19.65); (11.87)363 (70.62); (12.07)50 (9.73); (10.67)514 (11.88)
TO26 (19.55); (3.06)99 (74.44); (3.29)8 (6.02); (1.71)133 (3.07)
TOH77 (22.65); (9.05)217 (63.82); (7.22)46 (13.53); (9.81)340 (7.86)
un317 (19.32); (37.25)1167 (71.11); (38.81)157 (9.77); (33.48)1641 (37.92)

Total851 (19.67)3007 (69.49)469 (10.84)4327

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