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Fig. 1 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

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From: Chloroplast genomes as a tool to resolve red algal phylogenies: a case study in the Nemaliales

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Nemaliales plastid genomes alignment. Mauve alignment showing the conserved structure of chloroplast genomes between the six Nemaliales families (Liagoraceae – L. brachyclada; Yamadaellaceae – Y. caenomyce; Nemaliaceae – Nemalion sp.; Liagoropsidaceae – L. maxima; Galaxauraceae – G. rugosa; Scinaiaceae – S. undulata and N. fastigiata). Horizontal axis refers to genome length in bp. Synteny between genomes is represented by Locally Collinear Blocks (LCB). Within each LCB a sequence similarity profile is shown. Gene maps are represented below LCBs, protein coding genes in white, rRNA genes in red, position of boxes above or below line refers to gene orientation

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