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From: Madagascar ground gecko genome analysis characterizes asymmetric fates of duplicated genes

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Quality assessment of the P. picta genome assembly. (a) P. picta adult individuals with different color phases. (b) A scatter plot of the assessments of assembly quality: CEGMA completeness scores referring to the CVG and N50 scaffold lengths for available reptile genome assemblies. Each reptile genome assembly is shown with a dot. Detailed statistics of assembly quality are included in Additional file 1: Table S2. These metrics were calculated with the webserver gVolante [90]. (b) Synteny conservation between the longest scaffold of the P. picta genome assembly (scaffold00000001; 33 Mb long) and a part of the green anole chromosome 3 (10–48 Mb in 204 Mb long). Green and gray boxes are protein-coding genes in the gecko and anole genome assembly, respectively, and blue bands indicate orthology between gecko and anole genes

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