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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Substantial genome synteny preservation among woody angiosperm species: comparative genomics of Chinese chestnut (Castanea mollissima) and plant reference genomes

Fig. 3

Alignments of the chestnut QTL regions to the peach genome. The chestnut QTLs are aligned to the peach genome in distinct clusters. Alignments found by the SynMap software using the sequence data are small blocks to the right of the chromosome. Alignments found by the Symap software using the integrated physical and genetic map are the colored blocks to the left of the chromosome. a. Symap prediction of synteny from physical map contig 11956 (cbr1) to peach scaffold_1 from 294 kb to 361 kb. This prediction is not supported by sequence evidence. b. Region of synteny identified by sequence similarity from cbr3 from 39.7 Mb to 40.0 Mb on peach scaffold_1. Symap predicted synteny for ctg7039 from 39.7 Mb to 40.0 Mb. c. Region of synteny identified by sequence similarity from cbr2 from 13.7 Mb to 14.1 Mb on peach scaffold_3. Symap predicted synteny for ctg403 from 13.7 Mb to 14.1 Mb. d. Region of synteny identified by sequence similarity from cbr2 from .7 Mb to 1.0 Mb on peach scaffold_5. Symap predicted synteny for ctg403 from .6 Mb to 1.2 Mb. e. Region of synteny identified by sequence similarity from cbr1 from 15.6 Mb to 18.7 Mb on peach scaffold_6. Symap predicted synteny in four sections: ctg11956 (15.4 Mb to 16.5 Mb and 20.0 Mb to 21.5 Mb), ctg9166 (16.4 Mb to 17.0 Mb), ctg4269 (18.0 Mb to 19.5 Mb). f. Region of synteny identified by sequence similarity from cbr1 from 16.7 Mb to 17.7 Mb on peach scaffold_7. Symap predicted synteny in five sections: ctg11956 (16.685 Mb to 16.692 Mb and 17.376 Mb to 17.592 Mb), ctg3279 (16.699 Mb to 16.945 Mb), ctg4269 (16.959 Mb to 17.007 Mb), ctg9166 (17.611 Mb to 17.718 Mb). g. Region of synteny identified by sequence similarity from cbr2 from 17.30 Mb to 17.31 Mb on peach scaffold_8. Symap predicted synteny for ctg403 from 17.3 to 17.9 Mb

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