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Table 3 Pairwise comparison of the concatenated mtEST sets and several published Mytilus mitochondrial genomes

From: Co-expressed mitochondrial genomes: recently masculinized, recombinant mitochondrial genome is co-expressed with the female – transmitted mtDNA genome in a male Mytilus trossulus mussel from the Baltic Sea

Comparison nt (aa) Ka × 10–3 Ks × 10–3 Ka/Ks × 10–3 dS.E.) × 10–3
E S F-BMt 12 (0) 0.00 5.33 0.00 1.60 (± 0.42)
F-Mg 198 (19) 4.10 74.56 54.99 27.29 (± 1.93)
RF-Mg 196 (15) 3.05 76.88 39.64 27.02 (± 2.15)
F-Me 55 (4) 0.78 21.85 35.85 7.40 (± 0.95)
M-BMt 1 669 (355) 92.32 1 859.44 49.65 278.14 (± 12.31)
EL 202 (20) 4.10 76.41 53.64 27.89 (± 2.17)
E L F-BMt 206 (20) 4.08 78.96 51.64 28.46 (± 1.06)
F-Mg 125 (20) 4.01 44.03 91.11 16.99 (± 1.29)
RF-Mg 65 (13) 2.59 21.51 120.25 8.77 (± 1.06)
F-Me 218 (20) 4.02 87.35 46.04 30.19 (± 2.34)
M-BMt 1 665 (361) 93.31 1 800.02 51.84 277.07 (± 11.86)
F-BMt RF-Mg 200 (15) 3.06 78.39 38.98 27.59 (± 2.27)
M-BMt 1 666 (355) 82.00 1 851.59 44.29 356.19 (± 20.19)
  1. The number of nucleotide (nt) and amino acid (aa) differences, Ka and Ks values and ratios as well as the Tamura-Nei nucleotide distances (d) are shown. All Ka/Ks ratios are significantly lower than 1 (Fisher exact test p < 0.05).