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Published online 2010 September 16. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1001121

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Gene movement in Teleopsis.

Reconstruction of gene movement between autosomes and the X chromosome was polarized using chromosomal data from A. gambiae and D. melanogaster. The X chromosome in Teleopsis was assumed to be homologous to chromosome 3R in A. gambiae and 2L in D. melanogaster. The branches with hash marks represent those that have undergone increases in eye-stalk sexual dimorphism. The states for each species and the specific genes associated with each reconstruction (using the branch numbers as reference) are presented in Table S2.

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