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Figure 6

From: A spruce gene map infers ancient plant genome reshuffling and subsequent slow evolution in the gymnosperm lineage leading to extant conifers

Figure 6

Organization of the spruce gene space and duplications. Genome representation with spruce chromosomes (1 to 12) showing from outside to inside: the 12 chromosomes with ticks representing the genes mapped along the spruce linkage groups, and with genetic distances in cM (Kosambi); links between genes representing duplications within chromosomes and duplications followed by inter-chromosomal translocations. Links in grey illustrate ancient and links in red illustrate recent, referring to before or after the gymnosperm-angiosperm split, around 300 Mya [13].

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