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Fig. 6

From: Single-cell genomics unveils a canonical origin of the diverse mitochondrial genomes of euglenozoans

Fig. 6

The mitochondrial genome of EU17/18 encodes the most complete mitochondrial repertoire of any known euglenozoan. Mitochondrion- and nucleus-encoded genes are shown as black and grey rectangles, as explained in graphical legend. For each gene, number of precursor transcript is indicated by number in the upper half of the rectangle. In case of diplonemids, the range indicates representatives with the smallest and highest number of modules as identified previously [32, 33]. Presence of any type of RNA editing is shown in blue in the lower half of the rectangle. The number in parentheses after the lineage name represents number of sequenced species

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