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Table 3 Nucleic acid identity matrices of DIRS1 (a), Gypsy (b) and Copia (c) families across nototheniid species

From: Mobilization of retrotransposons as a cause of chromosomal diversification and rapid speciation: the case for the Antarctic teleost genus Trematomus

a
RT/RH YNotoB YNotoR YNotoJ YNotoV    
YNotoB 88.2 48.3 49.4 49.6    
YNotoR   91.4 45.7 50.1    
YNotoJ    88.4 55.3    
YNotoV     89.8    
b
RT/RH
INT
GyNotoA GyNotoB GyNotoD GyNotoE GyNotoF GyNotoH GyNotoJ
GyNotoA 96.6 59.4 60.9 62.8    62.6
95.7
GyNotoB 62.6 92.2 68.9 64.5    57.9
89.7
GyNotoD 64.4 70.6 NA 64.8    59.4
NA
GyNotoE 65.7 66.3 69.2 96.6    60.4
96.0
GyNotoF 65.2 66.2 68.9 74.4 97.8   
GyNotoH 65.5 61.7 63.3 62.6 63.8 93.8  
GyNotoJ        88.3
c
RT/RH ± INT CoNotoA CoNotoB      
CoNotoA 98.5       
CoNotoB   95.9      
  1. Note - Identity percentages are based on the nucleotide sequence alignments of identified nototheniid retrotransposons (see Additional file 9 for taxonomic sampling).TE intrafamily percentage identies across nototheniid species are indicated in bold. For Gypsy elements, identities calculated from RT/RH are presented above the table diagonal line and those based on INT are shown below. NA: not applicable because only one sequence identified for the family