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Fig. 6

From: Putative adaptive inter-slope divergence of transposon frequency in fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster) at “Evolution Canyon”, Mount Carmel, Israel

Fig. 6

The distribution of the TEs inter-slope differences. Entries of each TE are marked by a bar above the value of the difference. All entries that are higher on ES are marked with a minus. For example, the first TE has a frequency of 0.32 on the AS and of 0.48 on the ES. The difference is 0.32 – 0.48 = −0.16. A bar was entered above the value of −0.16 in the figure. The colours mean in which slope is this TE more frequent (as in Fig. 5). Brown means equal frequency on both slopes

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