Figure 1.

Schematic map of the Phaseolus vulgaris plastome. Genes on the outside of the map are transcribed in the clockwise direction and those on the inside are transcribed in the counterclockwise direction. Genes containing introns are indicated by an asterisk. Pseudogenes and incomplete genes are signified by #. Genes are color-coded by function, as shown: blue, ribosomal proteins; red, photosynthesis system; black, transfer RNAs; green, NADH dehydrogenases; yellow, ycf; purple, RNA polimerases; light purple, ribosomal RNAs; grey, intron; brown, others. The inner circle shows the quadripartite structure of the plastome. The arrows depict the boundaries of inversions: red arrow indicating the 51 kb-inversion; black arrow indicating the inversion between trnH-GUG/rpl14 and rps19/rps8.

Guo et al. BMC Genomics 2007 8:228   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-8-228
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