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Fig. 2 | BMC Genomics

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From: Comparative genome analyses reveal sequence features reflecting distinct modes of host-adaptation between dicot and monocot powdery mildew

Fig. 2

Number of Ascomycete core genes (ACGs)missing in each PM biotype. Group I: those missing in all ten PM fungi; Group II: those missing in all dicot PM fungi but present in all monocot PM fungi; Group III: those missing in all monocot PM fungi but present in all dicot PM fungi; Group IV: 30 ACGs missing in both dicot and monocot PM fungi but not all. Group V: 35 ACGs missing in some dicot PM fungi but present in all monocot PM fungi; Group VI: 1 ACGs missing in some monocot PM fungi but present in all dicot PM fungi; GcC1: Golovinomyces cichoracearum UCSC1; GcM1: G. cichoracearum UMSG1; OnM2: Oidium neolycopersici UMSG2; GcM3: G. cichoracearum UMSG3; EnC: Erysiphe necator C-strain; BghD: Blumeria graminis f.sp. hordei DH14; BghR1: Blumeria graminis f.sp. hordei RACE1; Bgt: B. g. f.sp. tritici; Detailed information is provided in Additional file 2: Table S4

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