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Fig. 2

From: Fitness consequences of polymorphic inversions in the zebra finch genome

Fig. 2

a Pooled heterozygosity (ZHp) in 50-kb windows along each chromosome in the zebra finch genome. be For the highlighted areas in a, which are the presumed inversion breakpoints on the autosomes and the entire inversion interior on the sex chromosome, the minor allele count frequency (MAC) spectra are shown for chromosome Tgu5 with a local maximum at 0.34–0.36 and a frequency of the minor (B) haplotype in the sample of 0.35 (b), Tgu11 with a local maximum at 0.48–0.50 and a frequency of minor (B) haplotype in the sample of 0.47 (c), Tgu13 with a local maximum at 0.48–0.50 and a frequency of minor (B) haplotype in the sample of 0.50 (d), and TguZ with two local maxima at 0.28–0.30 and 0.42–0.44 and a frequency of the B haplotype in the sample of 0.30 and frequency of the major (A) haplotype in the sample of 0.63 (e). f For comparison, the MAC of all remaining SNPs peaks at an allele frequency of around 0.1 because SNPs with a lower frequency were not unambiguously called

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