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Figure 7 | BMC Genomics

Figure 7

From: The landscape of transposable elements in the finished genome of the fungal wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola

Figure 7

Dinucleotide bias for the Mycosphaerella graminicola repeat families identified by RECON. A specific dinucleotide bias (CpA ↔ TpA) was detected in the repeat families comprising Class I and Class II transposable elements. Ten families of MITEs and 14 of unclassified repeats showed no specific dinucleotide bias. The different dinculeotide biases that were evaluated are color coded: red, CpA ↔ TpA; blue, CpC ↔ TpC; green, CpG ↔ TpG; cyan, CpT ↔ TpT. RIP dominance, in a given alignment, is the ratio of a particular CpN↔TpN to the sum of the three other CpN↔TpN mutations. The arrows are shown bidirectionally to indicate that changes on both strands of DNA are analyzed (e.g., a C → T mutation on one strand will be seen as G → A on the complementary strand).

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