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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 1

From: The completed genome sequence of the pathogenic ascomycete fungus Fusarium graminearum

Fig. 1

Visual representation of AT rich and repeat rich regions in the RRes and MIPS references. All values are approximations to the nearest 1 kb and images have been scaled to equivalency. The green line represents the AT percentage and the blue the CG percentage to give a combined total of 100 %. The labelling is in the format of a number which represents the chromosome i.e. 1 = chromosome 1, a = the end of a reverse complement section, and b denotes regions in the MIPS version that were extended in the RRes version. The 3.15 label represents where the supercontig 3.15 was placed and “c” represents where FGRRES_20327 is located. The amino terminus set (5’) (upper panel) reveals the AT rich extensions of Chromosomes 2-4 and the sequence that was reverse complemented in Chromosome 1. The centromere set (middle panel) shows chromosome 1 AT rich region extension from 3 kbp to 57 kbp MIPS to RRes respectively within 8.97 Mbp region, Chromosome 2 extension from 3 kbp to 65 kbp MIPS to RRes respectively within 3.27 Mbp region, Chromosome 3 extension from 4 kbp to 56 kbp MIPS to RRes respectively within 5.35 Mbp region, and Chromosome 4 extension from 2 kbp to 61 kbp MIPS to RRes respectively within 5.0 Mbp region. The carboxyl terminus set (lower panel) shows Chromosome 1 extension at the carboxyl end of 14 kbp, Chromosome 2 extension at the carboxyl end of 17 kbp, Chromosome 3 extension at the carboxyl end of 19 kbp, Chromosome 4 extension at the carboxyl end of a repetitive sequence 1.3 Mbp (complete sequence length not shown)

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