Figure 1.

Comparative mapping of chromosomal arms 2R of An. gambiae, An. funestus, and An. stephensi. Arrows denote oriented conserved gene orders. The red boxes indicate positions of polymorphic inversions 2Rt of An. funestus, 2Ru of An. gambiae, and 2Rf of An. stephensi. The yellow boxes indicate positions of polymorphic inversions 2Rd/2Rh of An. funestus, 2Rb of An. gambiae, and 2Re of An. stephensi. Shaded divisions on the An. gambiae chromosomes denote the genomic coordinates in this species. The centromere regions are shown by black circles at the end of the arms.

Sharakhova et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:91   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-91
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