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Fig. 5 | Genetics Selection Evolution

Fig. 5

From: A worldwide map of swine short tandem repeats and their associations with evolutionary and environmental adaptations

Fig. 5

Population differentiation of pSTRs between domestic pig and wild boars in Asia and Europe. Manhattan plots showing the distributions of genome-wide \({\text{R}}_{{{\text{st}}}}\) values between domestic pigs and wild boars in Asia (a) and Europe (b). The genes intersecting with ± 5-kb flanking regions of the top STRs that show the highest \({\text{R}}_{{{\text{st}}}}\) values are indicated by red arrows. c, d Representative examples of distributions of copy numbers of pSTRs in Asian domestic pigs and wild boars in the SFT2D2 (c) and AHR genes (d). e, f Representative examples of distributions of copy numbers of pSTRs in European domestic pigs and wild boars in the FAF1 (e) and LAS1L genes (f). In cf, the structure of the genes is plotted according to the GTF files from Ensembl (release 95) using customized R scripts. The black arrows in the genes indicate the transcripts that are encoded by the positive or negative strand of the genome. The red arrows indicate the location of STRs in the corresponding genes

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