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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

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From: Comparative genomics of 43 strains of Xanthomonas citri pv. citri reveals the evolutionary events giving rise to pathotypes with different host ranges

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Circular map representing the genome alignment of 43 X. citri and 1 X. bilvae strain. The outermost tracks depict the protein-coding (orange) and RNA (blue) genes found on the forward (outer) and reverse (inner) strands of X. citri strain 306 that have been mapped onto the alignment. The next innermost track represents the regions of detected recombination in Aw (yellow), A* (dark blue) and non pathotype-specific events (grey). Further towards the centre, the gene islands and pseudogenes for A* (dark blue), A (dark purple), and Aw (dark brown) pathotypes are show respectively. Each pathotype track has an inner (pseudogene, truncation and protein length difference locations in white and missing genes in red) and outer (additional genes present in green) track. The three innermost tracks from outside to inside represent average GC content, sequence diversity and GC skew measured by a sliding window of 8 kb across the alignment. Green and red peaks on the GC content track represent two standard deviations either side of the mean (grey line). Orange tips on the sequence diversity track represent peaks that are more than two standard deviations above the mean. Blue and red peaks on the GC skew track are positive and negative values respectively

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