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How Fast Is the Sessile Ciona?

Table 2

Tajima’s Relative Rate Test, orthologous sequences from (1) C. intestinalis, (2) one vertebrate and (3) an outgroup (Amphioxus above, Sea Urchin below). *Related to the total of significant differences.

Species name ortholog triosD13 > D23 (%)Total significantSignificant at 1%Significant at 5%D13 > D 23 Significant (*)

2-Homo sapiens59114603 (77.9%)343827367022998 (87.2%)
2-Mus musculus58624519 (77.1%)342226917312949 (86.2%)
2-Xenopus laevis44523410 (76.6%)258720125752180 (84.3%)
2-Ornithorhynchus anatinus53923605 (66.9%)294122636782158 (73.4%)
2-Monodelphis domestica59284468 (75.4%)340826537552904 (85.2%)
2-Bos taurus48643906 (80.3%)307524935822704 (87.93)
2-Gallus gallus52213975 (76.1%)313124666652640 (84.3%)
2-Takifugu49184080 (83.0%)306424646002797 (91.3%)
Total4254832566 (76.5%)2506619778528821330 (85.1%)
1-Ciona intestinalis
3-Amphioxus (Branchiostoma floridae)

2-Homo sapiens46623720 (79.8%)248518736122232 (89.8%)
2-Mus musculus46593659 (78.5%)244918805692149 (87.8%)
2-Xenopus laevis36702847 (77.6%)193614325041683 (86.9%)
2-Ornithorhynchus anatinus40932322 (56.7%)206315635001363 (66.1%)
2-Monodelphis domestica46233570 (77.2%)240718125952076 (86.2%)
2-Bos taurus44313400 (76.3%)232117146071985 (85.5%)
2-Gallus gallus41663261 (78.3%)224317035401936 (86.3%)
2-Takifugu44573529 (79.2%)231017165942048 (88.7%)
Total3476126308 (75.7%)1821413693452115472 (84.9%)
1-Ciona intestinalis
3-Sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus)

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