Multiplicon view: 7 (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
7 8 8 311 864

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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
6 7 7 609 1710

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
8 8 9 207 759
1720 8 9 34 140
1841 8 9 28 194
1874 9 9 27 125
1880 8 9 24 143
1883 8 9 21 117
1885 9 9 21 172
1886 8 9 18 123
1887 9 9 17 51
1888 8 9 17 111
1892 9 9 17 125
1894 9 9 16 146
1895 9 9 10 42
1896 9 9 10 62
1897 9 9 9 56
1899 8 9 8 70
1900 9 9 7 30
1901 8 9 7 109
1902 9 9 6 11
1903 9 9 6 16
1904 9 9 6 18
1905 9 9 6 19
1906 9 9 6 59
1908 9 9 6 79
1909 9 9 5 15
1910 9 9 5 34
1911 8 9 5 43
1912 9 9 5 53
1913 8 9 5 65
1914 9 9 5 49
1915 9 9 5 42

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
23127 2 2 359 676
23145 2 2 349 663
23203 2 2 331 631
23255 2 2 322 672
23547 2 2 275 650
23550 2 2 271 510
23860 2 2 240 625
26462 2 2 90 176
91393 2 2 7 39
93269 2 2 7 43
110412 2 2 6 37
119715 2 2 5 6