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Table 1 Microsyntenic regions between Fragaria fosmids and P. trichocarpa, V. vinifera, M. truncatula or A. thaliana

From: Comparative genomic sequence analysis of strawberry and other rosids reveals significant microsynteny

F. vesca P. trichocarpa V. vinifera M. truncatula A. thaliana
01I13 VI (6); XVIII (6)   Chr3 (5) Chr5 (4)
01L02 scaffold_66 (3)    
05N03 VIII (3); X (3) Chr1 (3)   
08G19 II (3) Chr18 (3)   
12K04    Chr5 (3)  
10B08 X (3)   Chr3 (3)  
13I03 X (3) Chr1 (3); Chr13 (4); Chr18 (3)   
17O22 VII (3) ChrUR (3)   Chr1 (3)
19H07 XII (3); XIV (3); Chr15 (3); Chr16_R (3) Chr7 (3)  
19M24 XV (3)   Chr1 (3)  
30I24 VI (4); XVIII (3)    Chr4 (3)
34E24 VII (4) ChrUR (4); ChrUR (3) Chr5 (3); Chr8 (4) Chr5 (3)
38H02 VII (3); scaffold_158 (3)    
40M11 II (3) Chr18 (3)   
41O22 IV (5); XI (6); scaffold_64 (3) ChrUR (3)   
48I08 X (4) Chr13 (5)   
51F10 scaffold_131 (4) Chr14 (3) Chr1 (4); Chr7 (4) Chr5 (3)
52B01 scaffold_123 (3)   Chr2 (3)  
52E09 XVII (3)    
52I20 XII (4); XIV (3); XV (3) Chr16_R (4)   Chr5 (3)
53J04 IV (4); XI (4) ChrUR (3) Chr2 (3)  
53O08 V (3) Chr18 (3)   
72E18 VIII (7); X (5) Chr13 (4); Chr6 (3) Chr7 (4) Chr3 (3); Chr3 (3)
73I22 IX (3) Chr13 (3)   
75H22 XII (4) ChrUR (5) Chr1 (3) Chr5 (4)
76K13 II (4); V (3) Chr18 (4)   
  1. Numbers in parentheses are the number of gene pairs in the syntenic region.
  2. Bolded are the syntenic regions that are conserved in all five genomes.
  3. Italicized are the syntenic regions that are conserved in four of the five genomes