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Figure 2. Comparison of gene numbers in transcription-factor tribe or related tribes from Arabidopsis and papaya. From: The draft genome of the transgenic tropical fruit tree papaya (Carica papaya Linnaeus).

Most transcription factors are represented by fewer genes in papaya than Arabidopsis. Transcription-factor names are given, with values after the names corresponding to: number of tribes with genes assigned to transcription factor group, number of tribes with smaller counts in papaya than Arabidopsis, number of tribes with equal counts in papaya and Arabidopsis, number of tribes with larger counts in papaya, and number of tribes with zero members in papaya. Supporting data are provided in Supplementary Table 8.

Ray Ming, et al. Nature. ;452(7190):991-996.
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Figure 1. Alignment of co-linear regions from Arabidopsis (green), papaya (magenta), poplar (blue) and grape (red). From: The draft genome of the transgenic tropical fruit tree papaya (Carica papaya Linnaeus).

‘Vv chr16r’ is an unordered ultracontig that has been assigned to grape chromosome 16. Triangles represent individual genes with transcriptional orientations. Several Arabidopsis regions belong to previously identified duplication segments (α3, α11, α20, β6, γ7, shown to the right)23. The whole syntenic alignment supports four distinct whole-genome duplication events: α, β within the Arabidopsis lineage, an independent duplication in poplar, and γ which is shared by all four eudicot genomes. Co-linear regions can be grouped into three γ sub-genomes based on Camin–Sokal parsimony criteria.

Ray Ming, et al. Nature. ;452(7190):991-996.

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