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From: Genome-wide candidate regions for selective sweeps revealed through massive parallel sequencing of DNA across ten turkey populations

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Turkey chromosomes showing sweep regions shared by different turkey populations. A) Turkey autosomes (1-30) showing variation in pattern of heterozygosity, colour pattern from white to red indicating a low to high level of heterozygosity. B) Turkey chromosome 5 with 2 candidate selective sweep regions from positions 7.8-8.4 Mb and 41.1-42.0 Mb shared by 5 different turkey populations (L1, L4, L6, BvSW, RP and L1, L3, L5, L6, L7 respectively). C) Turkey chromosome 7 with sweep region from positions 9.9-11.7 Mb shared by 4 different turkey populations (L1, L4, BvSW and RP). D) Turkey chromosome 9 with candidate selective sweep region from positions 17.4-18.6 Mb shared by 5 different turkey populations (L3, L5, L6, Nset and BvSW). E) Turkey chromosome 14 with sweep region from positions 3.3-4.5 Mb shared by 4 different turkey populations (L1, L3, L6 and BvSW).

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