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Fig. 5 | BMC Plant Biology

Fig. 5

From: Abundant RNA editing sites of chloroplast protein-coding genes in Ginkgo biloba and an evolutionary pattern analysis

Fig. 5

The changes in transmembrane regions after editing. a The conversion of S-to-L at ndhD codon position 128 contributes to create a new transmembrane region between codon 113 and 130. b The conversion of P-to-L and A-to-V at ndhE codon position 33 and 42, respectively lead to a new transmembrane regions creation between codons 26 and 48. c A new transmembrane region at codons 39–61 forms after codon positions 47 (P-to-L), 50 (T-to-I) and 56 (S-to-F) are edited in ndhF. d The change of codon position 464 (S-to-F) creats a new transmembrane region between codons 449 and 471 in psbB. e An amino acid R-to-C change produces a new transmembrane region between codons 5 and 27 in psbN. f The codon position 212 change (P-to-S) results in the disappearance of the transmembrane region that exists in the unedited petB at positions 62–81

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