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Fig. 4 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 4

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

Fig. 4

Calculation and frequency distribution of the ratio of the non-synonymous substitution rate (Ka) to the synonymous substitution rate (Ks) for genes in the specified categories. a A comparison among core gene clusters present in all the eight PM fungi (Core) with lineage-specific clusters (LS) and candidate secreted effector protein clusters (CSEP). b A comparison between dicot and monocot PM genes. c A comparison between dicot PM-specific CSEP clusters and monocot PM-specific CSEP clusters. The x-axis are Ka/Ks ranges

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