International Journal of Genomics / 2009 / Article / Tab 1

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How Fast Is the Sessile Ciona?

Table 1

Genomewide average amino acid distances, their standard error, and the time of divergence in million years (My) for each pair of vertebrate species analyzed.

Time of divergence
Species nameSpecies name Ortholog pairsDistance (JJT)Standard errorMin (My)Max (My)

1Mus musculus875901.table.1Rattus norvergicus875901.table.5161380.07670.00071112.3
2Xenopus laevis875901.table.2Xenopus tropicalis875901.table.666130.09700.00154555
3Homo sapiens875901.table.3Bos taurus875901.table.7127550.15150.001395.3113
4Homo sapiensMus musculus875901.table.8168480.17400.001361.5100.5
5Homo sapiensMonodelphis domestica875901.table.9151450.26140.0017124.6138.4
6Homo sapiensOrnithorhyn-chus anatinus875901.table.10113230.30840.0021162.5191.1
7Homo sapiensGallus Gallus875901.table.1183800.32580.0026312.3330.4
8Homo sapiensXenopus laevis875901.table.1278130.37350.0027330.4350.1
9Homo sapiensTakifugu rubripes875901.table.13109750.47070.0006416486

Ciona intestinalis875901.table.4Ciona savignyi875901.table.1478150.33490.0023??

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