Figure 5.

Chromosomal locations of genes differentiating sweet and grain sorghum. Genes with large-effect SNPs, indels and PAVs in the two sweet sorghum lines but devoid of these genetic variations in the grain sorghum were identified, considered as the sweet-associated genes, and mapped to the sorghum genome (see text for details). A 1-Mbp sliding window was used to define sweet-related regions on individual chromosomes, and only those windows containing more than three sweet-associated genes are shown. The overall gene distribution in the sorghum genome is shown by the grey bars as the background of every chromosome.

Zheng et al. Genome Biology 2011 12:R114   doi:10.1186/gb-2011-12-11-r114
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