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Table 1 Synonymous and nonsynonymous divergence of Or2 genes in fig wasps.

From: Expression and evolutionary divergence of the non-conventional olfactory receptor in four species of fig wasp associated with one species of fig

  C. sm C. c A. bak P. pil P. sp. N. vit A. mel A. aeg C. qui A. gam D. mel
C. sm   0.0435 0.0546 0.0610 0.0608 0.0499 0.1864 0.3302 0.3064 0.3246 0.3511
C. c 0.6524   0.0527 0.0514 0.0548 0.0462 0.1895 0.3285 0.2995 0.3214 0.3373
A. bak 1.3781 1.3191   0.0171 0.0181 0.0115 0.1755 0.3272 0.3025 0.3219 0.3398
P. pil 1.3686 1.1057 0.6505   0.0090 0.0146 0.1797 0.3351 0.3094 0.3240 0.3443
P. sp. 1.5050 1.0802 0.6121 0.0577   0.0156 0.1835 0.3327 0.3043 0.3177 0.3416
N. vit 1.5556 0.9242 0.6681 0.4286 0.3997   0.1847 0.3349 0.3075 0.3248 0.3386
A. mel 2.4788 1.6802 2.2714 1.7787 1.7499 1.9182   0.3173 0.3196 0.3265 0.3206
A. aeg 2.1785 1.5638 1.7451 1.4665 1.4974 1.2952 1.8865   0.0598 0.0802 0.1778
C. qui n.a 1.5110 1.6553 1.1044 1.0173 0.8283 1.7399 0.7988   0.0750 0.1942
A. gam 3.1533 1.3811 1.7594 1.2804 1.2362 1.0298 1.5609 0.9125 0.6374   0.1737
D. mel 2.5885 1.5277 1.4404 1.1202 1.0915 0.9476 1.6724 1.1165 0.7818 0.9111  
  1. Estimations of synonymous substitutions (Ks) according to Jukes and Cantor [135] are shown below the diagonal. The estimated nonsynonymous divergence (Ka) according to Jukes and Cantor [135] are shown above the diagonal. n.a = not applicable. Estimates in bold correspond to synonymous and nonsynonymous divergence between species of Diptera and fig wasp groups. Estimates in bold Italic correspond to synonymous and nonsynonymous divergence between C. solmsi and C. cornutus, and between P. pilosa and P. sp. Species names are as follows: C. sm, Ceratosolen solmsi;C. c, Ceratosolen cornutus;A. bak, Apocrypta bakeri;P. pil, Philotrypesis pilosa; P. sp., Philotrypesis sp.;N. vit, Nasonia vitripennis;A. mel, Apis mellifera;A. aeg, Aedes aegypti;C. qui, Culex quinquefasciatus;A. gam, Anopheles gambiae;D. mel, Drosophila melanogaster.