TABLE 4

Compatibility relationships between naturally infected (wSty) and wRi-transinfected D. yakuba, D. teissieri, and D. santomea

Cross (female × male)EggsCrosses% mortalityComparisona
 1. D. yakuba (T) × D. yakuba (wRi)12471795.1 ± 0.91 vs. 2 (<0.0001)
 2. D. yakuba (wSty) × D. yakuba (wRi)13211636.9 ± 6.62 vs. 4 (NS)
 3. D. yakuba (wRi) × D. yakuba (wRi)10331013.4 ± 5.9
 4. D. yakuba (wSty) × D. yakuba (wSty)12771732.4 ± 4.9
 5. D. teissieri (T) × D. teissieri (wRi) 8021788.0 ± 2.55 vs. 6 (<0.0001)
 6. D. teissieri (wSty) × D. teissieri (wRi)13141626.2 ± 4.26 vs. 8 (NS)
 7. D. teissieri (wRi) × D. teissieri (wRi)17201836.9 ± 4.8
 8. D. teissieri (wSty) × D. teissieri (wSty) 8471222.2 ± 5.5
 9. D. santomea (T) × D. santomea (wRi) 6021794.7 ± 1.89 vs. 10 (<0.0001)
10. D. santomea (wSty) × D. santomea (wRi)16932129.2 ± 3.310 vs. 12 (NS)
11. D. santomea (wRi) × D. santomea (wRi) 7811011.0 ± 3.3
12. D. santomea (wSty) × D. santomea (wSty) 8731135.7 ± 8.4
  • a Pairs of crosses were compared using the t-test. Values in parentheses are P-values.

  • CI is reported as percentage embryo mortality ±SE. Experiments for each Drosophila species were performed simultaneously. NS, no significant difference.