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Table 3 Pair-wise conservation of intron position in the OXPHOS genes

From: The nuclear OXPHOS genes in insecta: a common evolutionary origin, a common cis-regulatory motif, a common destiny for gene duplicates

Species Dros.* (122) Agam (114) Aaeg (119) Bmor (187) Amel (171) Tcas (133) Human (301)
Dros.* (122) vs. - 70% 73% 77% 63% 61% 59%
Agam (114) vs. 75% - 98% 72% 68% 69% 63%
Aaeg (119) vs. 75% 94% - 81% 66% 68% 59%
Bmor (187) vs. 50% 44% 51% - 54% 53% 46%
Amel (171) vs. 45% 46% 46% 59% - 50% 60%
Tcas (133) vs. 56% 69% 61% 74% 65% - 60%
Human (301) vs. 24% 24% 23% 29% 34% 26% -
Insecta (305) - - - - - - 44%
  1. *Dros. indicates the 11 Drosophilidae species. The total number of introns identified in each species is indicated in parentheses. Each number in the table indicates the percentage of the concordant intron positions in the two species identified by the row/column intersection. Species abbreviations as in Figure 1.