Skip to main content

Advertisement

Springer Nature is making SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 research free. View research | View latest news | Sign up for updates

Table 3 Summary statistics for gene sequences available for rodent genera and species

From: A glimpse on the pattern of rodent diversification: a phylogenetic approach

CLADE Ngenera gGENBANK Percentage Nspecies spGENBANK Percentage
Rodentia 474 387 81 2261 1265 56
SCIUROIDEA 61 58 95,1 307 200 65
Aplodontidae 1 1 100 1 1 100
Gliridae 9 7 78 28 15 54
Sciuridae 51 50 98 278 184 66
CASTORIMORPHA 14 14 100 102 90 88
Castoridae 2 2 100 2 2 100
Geomyidae 6 6 100 40 33 83
Heteromyidae 6 6 100 60 55 91
CTENOHYSTRICA 72 59 82 275 158 57
Abrocomidae 2 1 50 10 2 20
Bathyergidae 5 5 100 15 14 77
Capromyidae 6 1 17 8 1 7
Caviidae 6 6 100 18 13 89
Chinchillidae 3 3 100 7 6 86
Ctenodactylidae 4 2 50 5 3 60
Ctenomyidae 1 1 100 60 38 65
Cuniculidae 1 1 100 2 2 100
Dasyproctidae 2 2 100 13 5 38
Diatomyidae 1 1 100 1 1 100
Dinomyidae 1 1 100 1 1 100
Echimyidae 21 17 81 86 44 54
Erethizontidae 5 4 80 17 7 44
Hystricidae 3 3 100 11 7 64
Myocastoridae 1 1 100 1 1 100
Octodontidae 8 8 100 13 11 85
Petromuridae 1 1 100 1 1 100
Thryonomyidae 1 1 100 2 1 50
ANOMALUROMORPHA 4 3 75 9 4 44
Pedetidae 1 1 100 2 1 50
Anomaluridae 3 2 67 7 2 29
MYOMORPHA 324 253 78 1568 813 52
Dipodidae 16 7 44 51 10 20
MUROIDEA 308 246 79 1516 803 53
Platacanthomyidae 2 1 50 2 1 50
Arvicolinae 28 25 89 151 111 74
Calomyscidae 1 1 100 8 2 25
Cricetinae 7 6 86 18 14 78
Deomyinae 4 4 100 42 33 48
Gerbillinae 16 14 88 103 40 39
Leimacomyinae 1 0 0 1 0 0
Lophiomyinae 1 1 100 1 1 100
Murinae 124 88 70 560 231 41
Neotominae 16 16 100 124 103 83
Nesomyidae 21 17 81 61 28 43
Otomyinae 3 3 100 23 16 52
Sigmodontinae 74 61 82 377 231 61
Spalacidae 6 6 100 36 9 25
Tylomyinae 4 3 75 10 3 30
  1. Ngenera and Nspecies represent the number of genera and species described in Wilson and Reeder (2005); gGENBANK and spGENBANK represent the number of genera and species available in GENBANK; Percentage represents the proportion of genera and species included in our study.