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Fig. 6: | BMC Plant Biology

Fig. 6:

From: Comparative root transcriptome of wild Arachis reveals NBS-LRR genes related to nematode resistance

Fig. 6:

Distribution of A. stenosperma and A. duranensis NBS-LRR genes in clusters, on the A. duranensis chromosomes. Black dots show NBS-LLR genes in clusters; red dots show LDEGs in clusters. Genes shared between A. duranensis and A. stenosperma are named in red, A. stenosperma exclusive genes in blue and A. duranensis, in green. Red dots next to gene names highlight the LDEGs. Physical clusters containing LDEGs in pairs from the same species are circled

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