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Fig. 6 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 6

From: Historical genomics reveals the evolutionary mechanisms behind multiple outbreaks of the host-specific coffee wilt pathogen Fusarium xylarioides

Fig. 6

Putative effectors’ characteristics and presence or absence across F. xylarioides strains and F. udum. The four effector classes are shown in: yellow for predefined effectors; purple for small and cysteine-rich effectors; blue for carbohydrate-active enzymes; and red for transposon-adjacent effectors. The presence of transposons is represented by names in bold with its distance from the genes promoter described if less than 1500bp (if not, the transposon is over 1500bp away), genes under positive selection by an asterisk, secreted proteins with a signal peptide by a caret, genes in an AT-rich block by a tilde, genes with evidence of horizontal transfer from F. oxysporum are a darker shade and function is represented by the Pfam domain, where a hit was returned. Genes which are absent from the FFC with F. oxysporum the closest match with a percent identity (%) >=90 are represented by a quotation mark

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