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Fig. 2 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 2

From: OGS2: genome re-annotation of the jewel wasp Nasonia vitripennis

Fig. 2

Protein divergence of OGS2 genes against orthologs in other Hymenoptera. Every point represents a gene mapped on three coordinates originating from the corners. Each gene’s distance from a corner is proportional to the average amino-acid distance of orthologs between the two clades. AB = ant to bee distance; AN = ant to Nasonia distance; BN = bee to Nasonia distance. Diverging genes are highlighted in orange (fast) and blue (slow) as detected by the compound ratio (A) and intersection of ratios (B). See materials and methods for full description

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