Reply to: ‘Organization of the genome sequence of the polyploid crop species Brassica juncea

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Fig. 1: Genome sequence organization of B. juncea with assessment using genome-ordered graphical genotypes and chromosomes A01 and J01 as examples.

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The genome assembly has now been improved as V1.5, and the updated genome assembly is available to be downloaded from the website (


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We thank S.A. Mackenzie for her opinions and discussions on this reply.

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J.Y., C.J., X.W. and M.Z. designed the project. C.J. and D.L. performed genome assembly and bioinformatics analyses. J.Y. wrote the manuscript.

Correspondence to Jinghua Yang or Changmian Ji or Mingfang Zhang.

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