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Fig. 4 | Genetics Selection Evolution

Fig. 4

From: Misidentification of runs of homozygosity islands in cattle caused by interference with copy number variation or large intermarker distances

Fig. 4

BAF and LRR plots of selected ROH islands. In each of the four sub-plots, the top panel is for individual ROH (black) and individual CNV (blue and dark red for copy loss and copy gain, respectively, for SVS; and light blue and red for copy loss and copy gain, respectively, for PennCNV). The middle panel shows the mean BAF values at each marker while the third panel is for mean LRR at each marker. Panel a illustrates the possibility of a gap being detected as a ROH. Panel b shows how a CNVR can extend ROH leading to a ROH island. Panel c is a typical example of a CNVR and gaps within a ROH island. Panel d is an extreme example of ROH islands being detected between regions with a high frequency of CNV

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