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EDF 3. TRANSPOSONS Density of the subgenome specific transposons on each chromosome (coverage length of transposable element [bp]/chromosome length [Mbp]). The coverage lengths of transposons were calculated from the results of BLASTN search (E-value cutoff 1E-5) using the consensus sequences as queries.Jukes-Cantor distances across non-CpG sites, corrected as in Supplemental Note 7.5. Distances between X. tropicalis and X. laevis transposons consensus sequences are shown. The X. laevis-specific transposon differences are each individual transposon sequence against the consensus sequence for that subfamily.Phylogenetic tree of Xl-TpS_Mar transposon expansions in the X. laevis genome, built using Jukes-Cantor corrected distances (Supplemental Note 7.5). Sub-clusters with enough members to determine accurate timings are highlighted. The scale bar represents the corrected Jukes-Cantor distance.

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