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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: The plastid and mitochondrial genomes of Eucalyptus grandis

Fig. 3

DNA and gene transfer between nuclear and organellar genomes in E. grandis. The outer track shows the relevant chromosomes of E. grandis, the inner track shows complete coding regions of NUMTs and NUPTs in red and green respectively. The red (mitochondria) and green (plastid) dots indicate full length gene transfers from the organelles to the nuclear genome. The ribbons represent DNA transfers identified by BLAST analysis greater than 500 nt, with percentage identity greater than 75%. Red ribbons indicate mitochondrial to nuclear DNA transfer, green ribbons indicate plastid to nuclear DNA transfer, and blue ribbons represent plastid to mitochondrial DNA transfer. For clarity, the scale of the plastid and mitochondrial genome size has been increased by 100x

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