Table 2

Chromosomal rearrangements related to each character found in the binary matrix.

1

5/7a

11

2b/16b (pi1)

21

2a (pi)

31

15b (free, A)

41

8b (pi)

51

9 (A)

2

5/16/7a

12

2b/16b (dis 2b1 and 2b2)

22

15a1/14

32

22 (pi)

42

8b/15b/8b

52

9 (pi)

3

5b/5a/16

13

10b (free, A)

23

9/14/15/14/15/14/15

33

22 (A)

43

12 (A)

53

1a (dis1a1 and 1a2)

4

7b (A)

14

2a/10b

24

20 (A)

34

3a/21 (A)

44

12 (pi)

54

1a (pi)

5

7b (pi)

15

10a/1a

25

20 (pi)

35

3a/21 (M pi)

45

12/15b

55

1a (A)

6

4 (pi)

16

2a (A)

26

20/17/13b

36

3b (A)

46

19 (A)

56

1b (pi)

7

10a/16a

17

2a/15b

27

20/17

37

3b (pi)

47

19 (pi)

57

1b (A)

8

10a/16a (pi2)

18

14/15a/14 (SM)

28

13a/9/22

38

3b/10b

48

19/1b

58

1b/19

9

10a/16a/2

19

14/15a/14 (pi)

29

13b/17

39

3c/20

49

11 (A)

59

13 (dis13a and 13b)

10

2b/16b

20

14/15a/14 (pa)

30

13b/17 (pa)

40

8b (A)

50

11 (pi)

60

7b (A)

61

7b (pi)


pi = pericentric inversion; pa = paracentric inversion; dis = dissociation; M = metacentric chromosome; SM = submetacentric chromosome; A = acrocentric chromosome.

Amaral et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2008 8:169   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-8-169

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