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Table 2 Proportions of genes in GO categories

From: Salmo salar and Esox lucius full-length cDNA sequences reveal changes in evolutionary pressures on a post-tetraploidization genome

Categories ID High fold-changes Low fold-changes
localization (transport, cell motion) GO:0051179 11 16.4% 10 16.4%
nucleic acid metabolism GO:0006139 10 14.9% 3 4.9%
protein metabolism GO:0019538 6 9.0% 6 9.8%
other metabolic process Multiple IDs 8 11.9% 16 26.2%
development GO:0032502 6 9.0% 5 8.2%
translation GO:0006142 6 9.0% 4 6.6%
transcription GO:0006350 5 7.5% 3 4.9%
apoptosis GO:0006915 3 4.5% 5 8.2%
response to stimulus GO:0050896 4 6.0% 2 3.3%
cell proliferation GO:0008283 3 4.5% 2 3.3%
cell cycle GO:0007049 3 4.5% 2 3.3%
signal transduction GO:0007165 2 3.0% 3 4.9%
Total   67 100% 61 100%
  1. Gene Ontology terms are given for gene trios in which there is a high fold-change in ω between paralogs (asymmetrically evolving duplicates) or a low fold-change in ω (symmetrically evolving duplicates). The proportions of genes contained within Gene Ontology categories are compared between the two groups. Nucleic acid metabolism (GO:0006139) is more highly represented in asymmetrically evolving gene duplicates.