Scaffolds of Globodera pallida show little or no synteny with other nematodes. (A) Shows all 133 G. pallida scaffolds that contain at least five one-to-one orthologs with Caenorhabditis elegans with scaffolds ordered to maximise colinearity with the C. elegans genome. Lines connect orthologs, and G. pallida scaffolds are coloured with a mixture of the colours used for C. elegans scaffolds they have orthologs with, weighted by the numbers of orthologs to each. The relative positions of one-to-one orthologs between (B) the largest G. pallida scaffold (scaffold 1) and (C) the G. pallida scaffold with the largest number of one-to-one orthologs to C. elegans (scaffold 25). Colour and orientation of scaffolds and chromosomes are as in (A). Note that the G. pallida and C. elegans sequences are not drawn to scale in (B) or (C). (D, E) Show one-to-one orthologs between M. hapla and G. pallida, including those M. hapla scaffolds (blue) that have orthologs to (D) G. pallida scaffold 1 and (E) G. pallida scaffold 25 (red) and orthologs from those scaffolds to other G. pallida scaffolds (yellow).