### Table 2. Representative large homologous groups and their attributes

"... In PAGE 6: ... We provide preliminary analysis of overall characteristics of homologous groups. Some interesting large groups are summarized in Table2 . It can be seen that mouse does have more larger repetitive families (number of groups C2150 members in Table 1) which might be gene families or interspersed repeats.... In PAGE 7: ... There are 24 significant known gene groups in this case. Some interesting significant groups are listed in Table2 . For the attribute of RNA, we perform the test on all 27471 groups (size C212), and there is no group with an uncorrected P-value below 10C05.... ..."

### Table 3: Homology groups e Hi(Mn) of matching complexes

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### (Tables 2 and 3). We also show several applications based on the homologous groups found.

### Table: Homology groups e Hi( DM n ). The only torsion appearing in the table is modulo 3. Thus the directed match- ing complexes DM n

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### Table 3.1: Integral (co-)homology groups and Euler characteristics of the 1- dimensional toric varieties. Furthermore, A0(X ) = Hcld 0 (X ; Z) and A1(X ) = Hcld 2 (X ; Z) for all 1- dimensional toric varieties X .

### Table 1. Analysis of homolog RMS

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"... In PAGE 8: ... For about half the intervals tested in DS1, aligned homologs had a statistically lower rms than nonhomolog, as measured by a two-tailed t test (H vs. NH in Table1 ). In contrast, only one interval in DS5 had homologs that were statistically more similar.... In PAGE 10: ... Table1 shows the average alignment rms of nonhomologs (NH), all (paired and unpaired at histone) homologs (H), paired at histone homologs (pH), or unpaired at histone homologs (uH). The results of 2 tailed t-tests comparing these groups are also shown.... ..."