Multiplicon view: 4869 (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
4869 6 6 184 661

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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
4868 5 5 322 638

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
4870 7 7 279 713
6139 7 7 164 382
6148 6 7 164 627
6152 7 7 69 333
6187 7 7 52 270
6189 6 7 47 278
6190 7 7 45 228
6193 7 7 27 136
6195 7 7 26 132
6196 6 7 21 168
6197 7 7 15 100
6199 7 7 13 79
6201 6 7 13 74
6206 7 7 13 69
6208 7 7 12 44
6209 6 7 12 82
6210 6 7 12 70
6212 7 7 11 34
6213 7 7 10 21
6214 7 7 9 63
6215 7 7 9 63
6216 7 7 8 41
6217 6 7 8 66
6221 6 7 8 101
6222 6 7 7 33
6223 7 7 7 44
6224 6 7 7 34
6225 7 7 7 81
6228 6 7 7 79
6229 6 7 7 114
6230 7 7 6 44
6231 6 7 5 45
6232 7 7 5 46

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
21082 2 2 785 2244
23195 2 2 333 937
39942 2 2 20 79