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Figure 4. From: Whole genome comparisons of Fragaria, Prunus and Malus reveal different modes of evolution between Rosaceous subfamilies.

Hypothetical evolutionary steps from the nine Rosaceae ancestral chromosomes to Fragaria, Prunus and Malus lineage. Each color represent distinct CARs detected by MGRA algorithm. Chromosomal rearrangements specific for Rosoideae (contains Fragaria) and Spireaoideae (contains Malus and Prunus) are depicted. Also shown are chromosomal rearragenments specific for Prunus, Malus, and subgenome of Malus after the WGD.

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Figure 5. From: Whole genome comparisons of Fragaria, Prunus and Malus reveal different modes of evolution between Rosaceous subfamilies.

The Concentric circle of Rosaceae genomes. The innermost circle represents the putative nine chromosomes of Rosaceae ancestral genome. Next sets of circles represent eight, 17 and seven chromosomes of Prunus, Malus and Fragaria, respectively. The regions originated from each Rosaceae ancestral chromosome are highlighted with corresponding color in Figure S3. The Data were plotted using Circos [42].

Sook Jung, et al. BMC Genomics. 2012;13:129-129.
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Figure 3. From: Whole genome comparisons of Fragaria, Prunus and Malus reveal different modes of evolution between Rosaceous subfamilies.

The chromosomes of Prunus, Fragaria, and Malus, with the colors represent the origin from the 49 contiguous ancestral regions (CARs). The spaces with a black line represent chromosomal regions where the ancestral origin was not assigned. CARs that existed before the split of Prunus, Fragaria and Malus, were detected by MGRA (Multiple Genome Rearrangments and Ancestors) algorithm [32]. The figure was drawn using R program (Hornik 2011).

Sook Jung, et al. BMC Genomics. 2012;13:129-129.
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Figure 2. From: Whole genome comparisons of Fragaria, Prunus and Malus reveal different modes of evolution between Rosaceous subfamilies.

Comparison of orthologous regions (OR) from two-species analyses and those from the three-species analysis. A. ORs between PC2 and chromosomes of Fragaria and Malus, detected from two separate analyses. B. The same ORs shown in A as well as ORs that are shared by all three species. Blue lines link the ORs shared by all three species, red lines link ORs between Prunus and Fragaria only, and green lines link ORs between Prunus and Malus only. Data were plotted using Circos [42].

Sook Jung, et al. BMC Genomics. 2012;13:129-129.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Whole genome comparisons of Fragaria, Prunus and Malus reveal different modes of evolution between Rosaceous subfamilies.

Orthology map identified between three Rosaceous genera based on whole genome sequence analysis. The lines link one to one orthologous regions, identified using Mercator program [25]. A. Comparison between Prunus and Fragaria, B. Comparison between Prunus and Malus. Data were plotted using Circos [42]. Colors for plots A and B follow the same pattern based on Prunus chromosomes.

Sook Jung, et al. BMC Genomics. 2012;13:129-129.

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