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Table 1 Summary statistics for 15 genomes. t: millions of years since WGD. n: number of genes. m: number of single copy genes. d: halving distance.

From: The collapse of gene complement following whole genome duplication

genome t n m d AU above/on/below p
S. cerevisiae 150 5616 4498 135 313 0.89 0.24 6598/5796/4178 0.17
C. glabrata 150 5180 4382 252 112 0.92 0.63 2119/3563/2667 0.18
V. polyspora 150 5112 4164 202 180 0.90 0.43 6354/4298/2624 0.21
S. bayanus 150 5857 4773 186 276 0.90 0.34 7300/5556/4007 0.17
N. castelli 150 5213 4053 221 251 0.88 0.38 5159/4412/2876 0.21
Paramecium 20 38626 14576 214 5276 0.55 0.02 6763/3155/904 0.49
Populus 70 20082 7228 2600 1020 0.53 0.41 1615/1412/542 0.62
Arabidopsis 50 25655 13267 2701 718 0.68 0.43 6626/2645/327 0.29
fugu 350 14251 12653 374 222 0.941 0.468 6709/3735/3245 0.27
medaka 350 14564 13352 362 143 0.957 0.597 8958/4838/2708 0.24
stickleback 350 16726 14876 519 240 0.941 0.561 871/5178/4110 0.27
tetraodon 350 17120 16088 310 129 0.969 0.601 13279/6184/3360 0.18
chicken 450 10077 8495 686 49 0.915 0.867 2776/2259/1262 0.46
opossum 450 13339 11589 751 69 0.93 0.858 8124/4182/1570 0.27
human 450 13828 12144 673 88 0.935 0.799 7484/3383/1761 0.29
  1. AU (m > 0): analytical units, excluding adjacent pairs of paralogs. proportion of paralogs lost. normalized having distance (d depends only on the configuration of the pairs of duplicate genes). "above/on/below": number of real-simulated comparisons above, on and below the diagonal, with "above" indicating single copy concentration. p: geometric parameter of the AU distribution (Figure 3)