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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Comparative genomic analysis of the compound Brassica napus Rf locus

Fig. 3

Organizational differences in the Brassica Rf locus between B. rapa and B. napus. Locations of specific genes appear as thick bars on the lines representing the two genomes. Genes are indicated to according to the Phytozome B. rapa designations (i.e. 12 corresponds to Brara.I05012). Map coordinates in Mb appear at specific intervals in the representation of the B. napus genome (lower bar), and above the coordinates of the corresponding genes in the B. rapa genome representation (upper bar). RFL genes are designated as red bars. The dotted line between genes 20 and 21 of the B. rapa genome is used to indicate the absence of genes that are present at this site in the B. napus genome. The crossed lines between the genomes indicate that site of a major sequence inversion. The filled boxes on the B. napus genome indicate are used to indicate the regions containing duplicated F-box and Cytochrome P450 CypA encoding genes that may have been involved in the sequence rearrangement. Markers 4.4BB and 72 genetically delimit the region that can potentially encode Rfn. Bn-A09-p34477765 is a SNP that shows complete genetic linkage to Rfn

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