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From: Genetic recombination is associated with intrinsic disorder in plant proteomes

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Scatter plot of frequency of disordered segments in proteins encoded in translocated genomic regions of A. thaliana and A. lyrata (X-axis) versus recombination rates of the corresponding chromosomic regions (Y-axis). A protein segment is considered disordered if it contains a contiguous stretch of predicted disordered residues of Lā€‰ā‰„ā€‰30 amino acids. Statistical significance of Pearson correlation is indicated with *** and **, which correspond to p < 0.005 and p < 0.01, respectively.

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