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Fig. 7 | Genome Biology

Fig. 7

From: Genomic introgression through interspecific hybridization counteracts genetic bottleneck during soybean domestication

Fig. 7

Asymmetric divergence of the nuclear and chloroplast genomes between G. max and G. soja accessions. The phylogenetic tree of the nuclear genomes of the 191 accessions was constructed using all SNPs detected in the whole genome, while the phylogenetic tree of the chloroplast of the same set of accessions was constructed using 333 highly confident SNPs distributed across the chloroplast genome. The G. max accessions were indicated by blue branches of 2 trees and marked by blue dots while the G. soja accessions were indicated by red branches of 2 trees and marked by red dots. The same accessions in the 2 trees were connected by lines. Blue lines indicate G. max accessions possessing the G. soja-type chloroplasts, orange lines indicate G. soja accessions possessing the G. max-type chloroplasts, and gray lines indicate G. soja and G. max accessions possessing G. soja- and G. max-types of chloroplasts, respectively

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