TABLE 4

Relative rate test results

sim and secsim and mausec and mau
LociNo.
pairsa
No.
sigb
ΔcNo.
pairs
No.
sig
ΔNo.
pairs
No.
sig
Δ
Adh1200.0002360-0.0047120-0.0049
ase3600.0008300-0.0016300-0.0024
ci3600.00115400.0000240-0.0011
est6800.00102200.0007120-0.0003
hb806-0.00229090.00047020.0026
In(2L)t321-0.0045963-0.00302610.0014
janus31-0.0075910.0027310.0102
mt:ND5720-0.0126720-0.01206400.0006
per3614-0.00553617-0.0063360-0.0007
Sxl14377-0.020111730.001199530.0212
w5460.01806270.00984280.0050
yp2360-0.0020360-0.0028360-0.0008
z360-0.00013600.00133600.0014
Zw2412-0.0057721-0.00061280.0051
  • Each sequence from each locus was compared against all of the other sequences from each of the other species in a relative rate test (Wu and Li 1985).

  • a The number of pairwise comparisons between the two species being compared.

  • b The number of comparisons that were statistically significant at P ≤ 0.05.

  • c The difference between the estimated substitution rate, per base pair, for the first species listed at the head of the column and the same quantity for the second species listed at the head of the column. If Δ is positive then a sequence from the first species has had a higher substitution rate than the sequence from the second species.