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Supplemental Material for Bapat et al., 2023

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posted on 2023-08-25, 13:45 authored by Amruta R. Bapat, Adrienne N. Moran Lauter, Matthew B. Hufford, Nicholas A. Boerman, M. Paul Scott

Figure S1. Dot plots representing self-alignment of a masked Ga1 genomic region in 5 representative groups.

Figure S2. Dot plots representing pair-wise alignment of chromosome 4 of B73 with representative members of other groups.

Figure S3. Phylogenetic tree of ZmGa1P-like sequences in B73. 

Figure S4. Tree showing ZmGa1P hits in teosinte genomes.

Table S1. List of pangenome markers and their positions that define regions of variability around and including the Ga1 locus region across different NAM genomes.

Table S2. List of pangenome markers and their positions that have been used to define x and y coordinates of sequences in pairwise dotplots. 

Table S3. Summary of ZmPme3 and ZmGa1P BLAST hits and their genomic positions in Tripsacum and Teosinte genomes.

Table S4. List of Blast hits in Tripsacum and Teosinte genomes for ZmGa1P as query sequence. 

Table S5. List of Blast hits in Tripsacum and Teosinte genomes for ZmPme3 as query sequence.

Table S6. ZmPme3 and ZmGa1P genomic sequence BLAST analysis results in genes and proteins with sequence similarity in several grass species

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The Ga1 locus of the genus Zea is associated with novel genome structures derived from multiple, independent non-homologous recombination events

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