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From: Genome-wide characterization of a SRO gene family involved in response to biotic and abiotic stresses in banana (Musa spp.)

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Analysis of evolutionary relationship, protein domains and gene structures of the banana SRO gene family. a Six MaSROs clustered into two groups in an unrooted ML tree constructed by MEGA7.0. The group I contained MaSRO1, 2, 3 and 4. MaSRO5 and MaSRO6 formed the group II. b Seven conserved motifs of MaSROs were generated by the online MEME tool. The overall height of the stack represented the level of sequence conservation. Heights of residues within a stack indicated the frequency of each residue at the indicated position. c The positions of identified seven motifs were schematically presented in MaSROs. Different motifs were displayed using the different colored boxes. The lengths of proteins and motifs were estimated using the scale at the bottom. d The intron/exon structures of MaSROs were analyzed by comparing the genomic and cDNA sequences. Yellow and black boxes represented the exon and intron regions, respectively. Blue boxes indicated the untranslated regions (UTRs). The sizes of exons and introns were measured using the scale at the bottom

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