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Fig. 3 | Genome Biology

Fig. 3

From: Population-level analysis reveals the widespread occurrence and phenotypic consequence of DNA methylation variation not tagged by genetic variation in maize

Fig. 3

The genetic basis of DMRs. a The genomic distribution of DMRs and their associated SNPs is shown. The x-axis indicates the genomic positions of the significant SNPs, while the y-axis shows the genomic positions of the corresponding DMRs. The color of each point reflects the P value. b Distribution of the number of significant SNPs per DMR. c Distribution of the number of significantly associated DMRs for each SNP. d The distance between DMR and the significant SNP. The y-axis represents the P value, and the color reflects the density of associated SNP-DMR pairs. e Summary of the genetic basis for CG, CHG, and CHH DMRs

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