Figure 1 : Macro synteny between T. parvula contigs and A. thaliana chromosomes.

From: The genome of the extremophile crucifer Thellungiella parvula

Figure 1

Comparison of the 20 largest T. parvula contigs, c1–c20 (a) and the 40 next largest contigs, c21–c60 (b) with A. thaliana chromosomes. A. thaliana chromosomes 1–5 are depicted as red, green, yellow, purple and blue, respectively, with the centromeric regions indicated by black bands. T. parvula contigs are represented by gray blocks. Regions containing more than 75% similarity over a minimum of 2,000 bp with maximum gap allowance of 1,000 bp are connected with lines of colors matching those used for coloring the A. thaliana chromosomes. Ticks in each chromosome or contig block indicate lengths in 1 Mb. The distributions of protein coding regions and repetitive sequences are shown in the outer circles, with the percentage of protein coding genes, DNA transposons and retrotransposons shown in blue, yellow and orange, respectively, with a window size of 0.1 Mb. In the T. parvula contigs, predicted protein coding genes without BLASTn hits (e value < 0.0001) against the A. thaliana cDNA database are shown in green.