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F <span style="font-variant: small-caps" class="small-caps">IG</span> . 1.—

F IG . 1.—. From: Proteomics and Comparative Genomic Investigations Reveal Heterogeneity in Evolutionary Rate of Male Reproductive Proteins in Mice (Mus domesticus).

Neighbor-Joining tree with midpoint rooting inferred from a protein presence/absence matrix (see Materials and Methods). SV = seminal vesicles, AP = anterior prostate, VP = ventral prostate, DP = dorsolateral prostate, BU = bulbourethral gland, and BD = bulbourethral diverticulum.

Matthew D. Dean, et al. Mol Biol Evol. 2009 August;26(8):1733-1743.
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F <span style="font-variant: small-caps" class="small-caps">IG</span> . 2.—

F IG . 2.—. From: Proteomics and Comparative Genomic Investigations Reveal Heterogeneity in Evolutionary Rate of Male Reproductive Proteins in Mice (Mus domesticus).

Median pairwise dN/dS estimated from one-to-one orthologs between mouse and rat. Error bars indicate 95% CIs determined from bootstrap resampling. SV = seminal vesicles, AP = anterior prostate, VP = ventral prostate, DP = dorsolateral prostate, BU = bulbourethral gland, BD = bulbourethral diverticulum. Total = the group of male reproductive proteins identified across all six tissues. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of genes. SV proteins evolve significantly more rapidly than the genomic average. Proteins from all other tissues evolve significantly more slowly than the genomic average.

Matthew D. Dean, et al. Mol Biol Evol. 2009 August;26(8):1733-1743.
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F <span style="font-variant: small-caps" class="small-caps">IG</span> . 3.—

F IG . 3.—. From: Proteomics and Comparative Genomic Investigations Reveal Heterogeneity in Evolutionary Rate of Male Reproductive Proteins in Mice (Mus domesticus).

A heat map of median dN/dS identified across the male reproductive tract. Red indicates relatively rapid evolution, and the seminal vesicles and testis show significantly elevated dN/dS compared with the genome median. All other reproductive tissues show significant reduction in dN/dS compared with the genome average. Testis-(dN/dS = 0.261) and epididymis-selective (dN/dS = 0.131) genes were defined according to patterns of gene expression and were taken from Dean et al. (2008). The triangle indicates the median dN/dS = 0.128 across the whole genome. Figure modified from Nagy et al. (2003).

Matthew D. Dean, et al. Mol Biol Evol. 2009 August;26(8):1733-1743.

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