Figure 1.

A) Features in the contiguous 42.5 Mb of rice chromosome 1: Comparison between the density (counts per 500 kbp) of the stringent subset of gSSRs (gSSR Stringent: ≥ 16 bp tetranucleotides, ≥ 18 bp dinucleotides and trinucleotides, and ≥ 20 bp pentanucleotides; in orange), density of the best matches to rice unigenes associated with microsatellites (OsgiSSR_vs_chr1; in green) and density of genomic microsatellites (gSSR; in blue) with length ≥ 12 bp. The centromere location is indicated by "CEN". B) Features in the contiguous 42.5 Mb of rice chromosome 1: Comparison between the density of gSSRs ≥ 12 bp (in blue), the density of best sequence similarity matches to rice unigenes associated with microsatellites (OsgiSSR_vs_chr1; in green), and the density of best sequence similarity matches between rice unigenes (Osgi_vs_chr1) and rice chromosome 1 (gray line and red points). C) Rice chromosome 1 density plots of the stringent subset of gSSRs and its component types (di-, tri-, tetra- and pentanucleotides)

La Rota et al. BMC Genomics 2005 6:23   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-6-23
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