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Table 1 Ribosomal protein-sequences and species included

From: Revealing pancrustacean relationships: Phylogenetic analysis of ribosomal protein genes places Collembola (springtails) in a monophyletic Hexapoda and reinforces the discrepancy between mitochondrial and nuclear DNA markers

Ribosomal protein Length in alignment # of variable sites Occurrence* Clade Species Common name Occurrence***
RpL32 134 110 31 Nematoda Caenorhabditis elegans Roundworm 47
RpL11 133 71 29 Tardigrada Hypsibius dujardini Water bear 38
RpL13A 146 108 29 Collembola Folsomia candida Springtail 48
RpS8 34 15 29   Orchesella cincta Springtail 7
RpS5 150 68 28 Insecta Apis mellifera Honeybee 48
RpS6 98 58 28   Drosophila melanogaster Fruit fly 48
RpS7 168 128 28   Locusta migratoria Migratory locust 47
RpL21 164 120 27   Acyrthosiphon pisum Pea aphid 45
RpL24 52 40 27   Tribolium castaneum Red flour beetle 44
RpS15 141 85 27   Plutella xylostella Diamondback moth 44
RpS18 116 56 27   Toxoptera citricida Brown citrus aphid 40
RpS23 140 64 27   Manduca sexta Tobacco hornworm 38
RpL12 150 81 25   Culicoides sonorensis Mosquito 36
RpL13 39 32 25   Glossina morsitans Tsetse fly 35
RpL31 108 87 25   Ctenocephalides felis Cat flea 34
RpS11 151 104 25   Homalodisca coagulata Glassy-winged sharpshooter 32
RpS12 106 83 25     
RpS16 137 73 25   Pediculus humanus Human head/body louse 22
RpS9 130 49 25     
RpL15 169 117 24   Diaprepes abbreviatus Root weevil 21
RpS14 152 58 24   Tricholepisma aurea Silverfish 18
RpS19 130 107 24   Ips pini Pine engraver 16
RpL34 93 73 23   Anopheles funestus African malaria mosquito 11
RpL37A 87 43 23     
RpLp0 36 32 23 Crustacea Daphnia magna Water flea 44
RpS26 103 45 23   Litopenaeus vannamei Pacific white shrimp 44
RpL10A 42 36 22     
RpL23 139 51 22   Penaeus monodon Black tiger shrimp 43
RpL36A 105 44 22   Litopenaeus setiferus Northern white shrimp 36
RpL39 51 26 22     
RpS17 112 70 22   Homarus americanus Atlantic lobster 30
RpS27 80 42 22   Marsupenaeus japonicus Kuruma shrimp 25
RpS30 89 72 22   Artemia franciscana Brine shrimp 14
RpL36 87 64 21   Callinectes sapidus Blue crab 13
RpL35 127 68 20   Eurydice pulchra ** Speckled sea louse 4
RpL35A 78 58 20 Chelicerata Amblyomma americanum Lone star tick 32
RpL37 80 43 20   Boophilus microplus Southern cattle tick 29
RpL3 50 28 20   Rhipicephalus appendiculatus Brown ear tick 21
RPL40**** 128 22 20     
RpS29 56 30 20   Ornithodoros porcinus Tick 19
RpS15A 80 33 19   Sarcoptes scabiei Scabies mite 13
RpL38 70 37 17   Amblyomma variegatum ** Tick 2
RpS21 86 49 17     
RpS28 66 18 17     
RpL27 137 84 14     
RpLp2 83 59 12     
RpS27A**** 152 27 12     
RpL22 69 23 9     
  1. Left: The inferred ribosomal protein sequences (amino acids) that were included in the concatenated dataset. Only ribosomal proteins present in the Folsomia candida EST dataset were included in the analysis. Occurrence*: The number of species for which was data available for a certain ribosomal protein. # of variable sites: positions that constitute more than one amino acid in the different alignments. Numbers were calculated in MEGA4 [61].
  2. Right: All species that were included in the analyses. Species marked with ** were excluded from the final analyses because they contained too few sequences. Occurrence***: The number of genes (out of 48) that were available for a specific taxon. ****: RpS27a and RpL40 are fused to ubiquitin [25].