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## Figure 1.
Statistics for developing testis analyses. Description of data analysis used in [32]. (A) Box plot of correlations within 10 replicates of each testis development stage.
X-axis in (A and B) correspond to microarray experiments performed with testes isolated
from either feeding (f) or wandering (w) larva (L) grown for 4, 5, 6, 7, or 10 days
at 18°C. Adult flies correspond to 12-15 days of growth [32]. Dashed lines correspond to correlations equal to 0.5 and 1.0; the blue line is the
overall average of all correlations (0.72); and the red line shows the minimal correlation
found in [25]. (B) Box plot representing the distributions of the standard deviations of 10 replicates
for approximately n = 14,000 Drosophila genes (transcripts) in each development stage. Note that the ratio between the standard
deviation among genes (orange and blue circles in (B)) and the mean of the standard
deviations within replicates of the same gene can be as low as 1.1. X-linked and autosomal
statistics are shown in orange and blue, respectively.
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