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From: The draft genome of whitefly Bemisia tabaci MEAM1, a global crop pest, provides novel insights into virus transmission, host adaptation, and insecticide resistance

Fig. 4

Horizontal gene transfers in whitefly. a Genome synteny of panB-panC between B. tabaci and Pseudomonas. Red positive strand, blue negative strand, pink untranslated regions. b Coordinated pathway of the pantothenate synthesis between B. tabaci and its symbiont Portiera. Gene in blue is B. tabaci intrinsic, gene in orange is from Portiera, and genes in red are horizontally transferred. c Phylogenetic tree of B. tabaci squalene-hopene cyclases of bacterial origin and those from other kingdoms. Numbers on branches represent bootstrap values, only those >90 are shown

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