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Gene Expansion Shapes Genome Architecture in the Human Pathogen Lichtheimia corymbifera: An Evolutionary Genomics Analysis in the Ancient Terrestrial Mucorales (Mucoromycotina)

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Species tree including the 25 species used during phylome reconstruction.

For each species the thin red bar represents the proportion of proteins that have a homolog in L. corymbifera (upper axis). The coloured bars represent the number of proteins found in different ranges of species (lower axis): black: wide-spread proteins found in at least 23 of the 25 species, light blue: proteins found exclusively in all four Mucorales species, darker blue: proteins found only in Mucorales species, red: proteins found in early diverging fungi, yellow: proteins found in fungi, purple: proteins found in fungi and at least one of the outgroups, grey: species-specific proteins without orthologs in other species but with paralogs within the genome, white: proteins with no homologs. All nodes in the tree have a bootstrap support of 100.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1004496.g001