TABLE 3

Number of inversions and rate of chromosomal evolution

GRIMMaNadeau–TaylorRanz et al.bThis studyc
ACEACEACEACE
No. of inversions
D. miranda–D. pseudoobscura7531115107 ± 36 ± 25 ± 27 (7–13)6 (5–9)7 (3–11)
D. miranda–D. melanogaster71367292714 ± 527 ± 820 ± 917 (8–27)21 (8–49)
D. pseudoobscura–D. melanogaster714642291333 ± 1527 ± 812 ± 534 (13–74)11 (6–24)
Breaks/Mb/MY
D. miranda–D. pseudoobscura0.1300.1260.0470.2040.3790.1580.130 ± 0.0560.152 ± 0.0510.079 ± 0.0320.130 (0.130–0.242)0.152 (0.126–0.227)0.110 (0.047–0.174)
D. miranda–D. melanogaster0.0110.0210.0070.0110.0480.0320.021 ± 0.0080.044 ± 0.0130.024 ± 0.0110.026 (0.012–0.041)0.025 (0.010–0.059)
D. pseudoobscura–D. melanogaster0.0110.0230.0070.0640.0480.0160.050 ± 0.0230.044 ± 0.0130.014 ± 0.0600.052 (0.020–0.113)0.013 (0.007–0.029)
  • a Minimum number of inversions.

  • b Plus or minus standard deviation (±SD).

  • c Lower and upper 2-unit support limits are indicated in parentheses.