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Additional file 2 of Sequential Paleotetraploidization shaped the carrot genome

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posted on 01.02.2020 by Jinpeng Wang, Jigao Yu, Yuxian Li, Chendan Wei, He Guo, Ying Liu, Jin Zhang, Xiuqing Li, Xiyin Wang
Additional file 2: Table S1. Number of homologous blocks and gene pairs within a genome or between genomes. Table S2. Number of homologous genes within a genome or between genomes. Table S3. Orthologous genomic regions between grape and carrot. Table S4. Orthologous genomic regions between coffee and carrot. Table S5 S6. S7. Paralogous, orthologous and out-paralogous gene pairs within a genome or between genomes. Table S10. Kernel function analysis of Ks distribution related to duplication events within each genome and between genomes (before evolutionary rate correction.) Table S11. Kernel function analysis of Ks distribution related to duplication events within each genome and between genomes (after evolutionary rate correction). Table S12. Homologous depth within carrot, coffee and grape genome. Table S13. Intergenomic homologous depth of carrotgenome with grape or coffee as reference. Table S14. Intergenomic homologous depth of carrotgenome with grape or coffee as reference. Table S15. Carrot gene loss rates and gene translocation with coffee as reference genome. Table S16. The observed distribution of gene loss and translocation numbers fitted by using different density curves of geometry distribution. Table S19. Carotenoid accumulation gene family. Table S20. Information of genomic data.

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Chinese national key clinical specialty construction programs and the natural science foundation of Fujian province, China

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