Multiplicon view: 4 (Experiment Id: 1)   top

The Multiplicon view displays the aligned gene strings of a set of homologous segments.

Multiplicon Information

Multiplicon Id #Species #Segments #Anchorpoints Profile Length
4 5 5 988 2300

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This multiplicon is a higher level multiplicon, indicating that it contains more segments than it's parental multiplicon.
To explore the parental multiplicon, view the multiplicon in the table below.

Multiplicon Id #Species #Segments #Anchorpoints Profile Length
3 4 4 1098 2316

This multiplicon is a lower level multiplicon with child multiplicons, indicating that there are multiplicons with more colinear segments in the same genomic region.
To explore the child multiplicons, view the multiplicon in the table below.

Multiplicon Id #Species #Segments #Anchorpoints Profile Length
5 6 6 489 1687
3763 6 6 344 1025
3824 6 6 270 666
4111 6 6 232 741
4115 6 6 182 768
4121 6 6 94 455
4122 6 6 76 402
4123 6 6 73 416
4126 6 6 72 334
4132 6 6 54 343
4139 6 6 49 138
4143 6 6 45 129
4144 5 6 45 294
4151 6 6 39 141
4152 6 6 37 98
4154 6 6 33 245
4156 6 6 32 212
4157 6 6 30 216
4160 5 6 27 204
4161 5 6 27 229
4165 5 6 26 164
4167 5 6 26 180
4168 6 6 26 148
4172 5 6 25 123
4177 5 6 25 195
4210 6 6 23 108
4211 6 6 23 84
4212 6 6 21 135
4213 6 6 19 115
4214 5 6 19 181
4218 6 6 16 97
4219 6 6 16 118
4221 6 6 15 85
4223 6 6 15 165
4224 5 6 15 93
4225 6 6 14 62
4227 6 6 14 125
4229 5 6 14 106
4230 6 6 13 74
4231 5 6 13 103
4233 6 6 13 80
4234 5 6 12 78
4236 6 6 11 25
4237 5 6 11 109
4238 6 6 11 103
4239 5 6 11 91
4240 6 6 10 65
4241 6 6 10 88
4246 5 6 9 37
4247 6 6 9 35
4248 5 6 9 56
4249 6 6 9 66
4250 6 6 8 9
4253 6 6 8 18
4254 5 6 8 36
4255 6 6 8 46
4257 5 6 8 50
4258 6 6 8 37
4259 6 6 8 63
4260 6 6 8 45
4261 5 6 8 54
4262 6 6 8 60
4263 5 6 8 48
4268 6 6 8 44
4270 6 6 8 87
4271 6 6 7 10
4272 6 6 7 12
4273 6 6 7 14
4274 6 6 7 12
4277 6 6 7 54
4278 5 6 7 56
4279 6 6 7 58
4280 5 6 7 51
4281 6 6 7 95
4282 6 6 7 67
4283 6 6 6 7
4285 6 6 6 9
4286 6 6 6 16
4287 6 6 6 32
4288 6 6 6 69
4289 6 6 6 42
4290 5 6 6 48
4292 6 6 6 71
4293 6 6 6 56
4294 6 6 6 56
4295 6 6 6 73
4297 6 6 6 63
4298 6 6 6 51
4299 6 6 6 102
4300 6 6 5 12
4301 6 6 5 9
4302 6 6 5 11
4303 6 6 5 18
4304 6 6 5 24
4305 6 6 5 20
4306 6 6 5 17
4307 6 6 5 18
4308 6 6 5 39
4309 6 6 5 34
4310 6 6 5 28
4311 6 6 5 48
4314 5 6 5 43
4316 6 6 5 40
4317 6 6 5 34
4318 6 6 5 34
4319 6 6 5 45
4320 6 6 5 64
4321 6 6 5 63
4322 6 6 5 82

This multiplicon is not redundant, but is the parent of one or more redundant multiplicons.
To explore these redundant reduced colinear regions, view the redundant multiplicon(s) in the table below.

Multiplicon Id #Species #Segments #Anchorpoints Profile Length
20157 2 2 1051 1918
20161 2 2 1006 2006
20766 2 2 986 2061
20858 2 2 855 1665
28004 2 2 61 183
75486 2 2 9 90
75522 2 2 9 94
84833 2 2 8 68
91877 2 2 7 40
92096 2 2 7 38
92806 2 2 7 43
96870 2 2 7 51
99356 2 2 7 89
118857 2 2 5 7
139256 2 2 5 36
142592 2 2 5 46