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Table 4 Candidate genes involved in reproductive behaviour among coleopterans

From: Draft genome of a biparental beetle species, Lethrus apterus

Gene name (reference) Hits in Tc Hits in Nv Hits in Ot Hits in Av Hits in La
Fruitless [87] 33 28 34 26 28
Sex peptide receptor [25, 87] 29 10 14 10 7
Apolipophorin-III [5, 59] 1 2 8 1 3
Octopamine receptor [14] 64 57 61 49 64
Insulin receptor substrate [84] 12 2 5 0 3
Krüppel homolog [84] 3 4 2 1 2
Target of rapamycin [84] 1 1 1 1 1
Odorant binding protein [32, 62, 85] 55 66 54 40 20
Glucose oxidase [62]
Alpha-glucosidase precursor [62]
Troponin C [62] 33 37 35 19 29
Vitellogenin [66] 5 7 8 4 6
Vitellogenin receptor [66] 11 12 17 11 13
Juvenile hormone acid o-methyltransferase [83] 4 8 30 1 13
Malvolio [51] 4 5 5 2 5
Neuropeptide F [78] 1 2 3 1 2
Methyl geranate [78]
Odorant receptor [85, 90] 266 51 83 259 63
Pheromone-binding protein [68] 36 52 40 33 13
Cryptochrome [86] 2 2 1 1 1
Sex peptide [2]
Accessory gland protein [16, 60] 3 6 1 2 1
Insulin-like peptide
[82]
7 4 13 5 4
  1. Column 2 includes the number of genes found on NCBI Protein database. Columns 2–6 represent the number of Diamond hits in the coleopteran proteomes. Tc Tribolium castaneum. Nv Nicrophorus vespilloides, Ot Onthjophagus taurus, Av Asbolus verrucosus, La Lethrus apterus