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From: Nonsynonymous substitution rate (Ka) is a relatively consistent parameter for defining fast-evolving and slow-evolving protein-coding genes

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Divergence index (standard deviation/mean) of Ka and Ks determined based on the eight different methods from the twelve vertebrate species. In the boxplots, lower quantile, median, and upper quantile were represented in the boxes. Mean values were depicted in dots. Outliers were removed to make the plot straightforward. The number codes for the vertebrate species are: 1, chimp; 2, orangutan; 3, macaque; 4, horse; 5, dog; 6, cow; 7, guinea pig; 8, mouse; 9, rat; 10, opossum; 11, platypus; and 12, chicken.

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