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Table 2 Budding yeast lineages showing similarity in codon usage with the exogenous genes

From: Unlocking a signal of introgression from codons in Lachancea kluyveri using a mutation-selection model

Species ρΔM ρΔη GC content Synteny % Distance [Mya]
Eremothecium gossypii 0.89 0.70 51.7 75 211.0847
Danielozyma ontarioensis 0.75 0.92 46.6 3 470.1043
Metschnikowia shivogae 0.86 0.87 49.8 0 470.1043
Babjeviella inositovora 0.83 0.78 48.1 0 470.1044
Ogataea zsoltii 0.75 0.85 47.7 0 470.1042
Metschnikowia hawaiiensis 0.80 0.86 44.4 0 470.1042
Candida succiphila 0.85 0.83 40.9 0 470.1042
Middelhovenomyces tepae 0.80 0.62 40.8 0 651.9618
Candida albicans* 0.84 0.75 33.7 0 470.1043
Candida dubliniensis* 0.78 0.75 33.1 0 470.1043
  1. *Lineages use the alternative yeast nuclear code
  2. ρΔM and ρΔη represent the Pearson correlation coefficient for exogenous ΔM and Δη with the indicated species’, respectively. GC content is the average GC content of the whole genome. Synteny is the percentage of the exogenous genes found in the listed lineage. Only one lineage (E. gossypii) shows a similar GC content >50%