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Fig. 3 | 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. 3

Identification of total gene clusters (a), secreted protein (SP) gene clusters (b) and candidate secreted effector protein (CSEP) gene clusters (c) across eight PM genomes. The central pie charts represent the proportion of gene clusters with different conservations; the peripheral circles represent the proportion of genes belonging to different clusters in each biotypes. The numbers outside the circle represent the BS genes for the eight indicated PM fungi (for details see Additional file 2: Tables S5 to S7). Core: gene clusters with members from all of the eight PM genomes (a represents clusters containing only one members from each of the eight PM genome). L-core: gene clusters with members from seven of the eight PM genomes, which are likely core clusters. Dicot: gene clusters with members from only the dicot PM genomes (b represents clusters containing members from all of the five dicot PM genomes). Monocot: gene clusters with members from only the monocot PM genomes. Other: gene clusters with member from both monocot and dicot PM fungi, but not all eight PM fungi. BS: biotype-specific genes which can not group with other genes or can only group with genes from its own genome. 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. graminis f.sp. tritici

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