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Table 3 Sequence divergence at marker regions between the DIP-allele and its non-DIP homolog's in T. officinale

From: Genetic fine-mapping of DIPLOSPOROUS in Taraxacum (dandelion; Asteraceae) indicates a duplicated DIP-gene

Marker region S4   S7   S10-Flank   S11
Distance to DIP (cM) 1.6   0.4   0.2   3.5
Sequence length (bp) 375   317   329   323
Plants S F Aa   S F A   S F A   S F A
Number of alleles             
   d1 7 5 -   5 2 -   5 1 -   15 8 -
   d2 5 - 3   8 - -   2 - -   1 - -
   D - 7 5   - 6 2   - 4 13   - 3 14
   p /q b - 2 3   2/3 2 2/6   2 2/3 3   1 - -
   singles 5 1 5   2 4 7   1 4 2   - 6 1
   Total 17 15 16   20 14 17   10 14 18   17 17 15
ASD (%)             
   d1-d2 1.6   2.8   7.3 c   0.6
   d1-D 0.8   2.2   3.0      1.5
   d2-D 1.9   3.9   6.1 c   1.5
  1. a S = S2.125; F = F1.15; A = A68
  2. b p and q represent sequences that were found more than once in an individual and possibly include the d3 allele in F1.15, d4 and d5 alleles in A68, or are paralogs; both p and q usually represent different sequences in the different individuals
  3. c this high percentage of ASD is probably the result of a comparison between paralogs rather than homolog's