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Fig. 7

From: The genome sequence of the grape phylloxera provides insights into the evolution, adaptation, and invasion routes of an iconic pest

Fig. 7

Selenoproteins in Paraneoptera. Species tree annotated with the prediction of selenoproteins and the Sec machinery. The species highlighted in red (Aphidomorpha and Coccoidea) lack selenoproteins and several genes required for their synthesis (the Sec machinery). Each column corresponds to a gene family. Selenoprotein families are colored based on the codon found at the Sec position: selenocysteine in green; cysteine in red; brown indicates incomplete results where the codon at the Sec position was not known. Sec machinery genes are colored in black (tRNA-Sec) or blue (proteins). SEPHS1 is a paralog of SEPHS2, which was found here to have either an arginine codon (SEPHS-arg) or a non-Sec UGA readthrough codon (SEPHS1-rt) at the Sec position

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