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From: The complete chloroplast genome sequence of Brachypodium distachyon: sequence comparison and phylogenetic analysis of eight grass plastomes

Figure 1

BAC end sequences (BES) coverage of the Brachypodium distachyon plastid chromosome. A: There are 43 HindIII sites in the Brachypodium and wheat plastid genomes, which explain the distribution of BAC end coverage. B: The Brachypodium BAC end sequences (BES) were assembled using the wheat chloroplast genome as a scaffold. C: clone DH037I03 contains the entire Brachypodium chloroplast genome indicated by its back-to-back BES (circled).

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