TABLE 3

Summary of polymorphism and divergence statistics

No. of
haplotypes
Nucleotide diversityb
GeneLengtharepsynsilK(silent) (%)cKA/KSd
Adh112042 (10)04.072.943.390.207
04.592.37
cyp18581 (11)4.872.11
6.26
elav1543 (0)0002.970
000
Est-59532 (13)5.363.74
8.06
Gapdh21638 (0)0004.230.046
000
per-orie121480 (18)3.585.735.185.900.225
3.415.885.00
per-new81408 (13)0.343.033.766.020.288
0.674.274.85
run11604 (19)0.6612.6215.164.960.029
1.3114.9116.66
sc9994 (7)1.123.622.521.700.176
1.294.163.44
sesB4869 (4)00.983.234.160.151
01.954.10
sisA121818 (35)4.018.326.392.450.368
4.256.497.22
sry8495 (7)3.524.964.963.650
4.485.565.56
swa31109 (3)0.451.811.114.440.271
0.891.460.90
  • a The actual number of sites compared for polymorphism analyses, excluding sites with alignment gaps or missing data. The number of segregating sites is shown in parentheses.

  • b Two types of nucleotide diversity measures are presented. The upper number in each row is the pairwise nucleotide diversity, π (Nei 1987); the lower number is θW, the measure of nucleotide site variability based on the number of segregating sites (Watterson 1975). All values are shown after multiplication by 103.

  • c Per-site silent (synonymous + noncoding sites) site divergence from D. pseudoobscura with Jukes and Cantor correction for multiple hits. Except for Gapdh2 and elav, all silent site diversities are computed as the average of all comparisons between sequences.

  • d The ratio of nonsynonymous to synonymous site divergence from D. pseudoobscura estimated using the method of Nei and Gojobori (1986).

  • e Data from Yi and Charlesworth (2000).