SyMAP - synteny of agricultural plants  
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SyMAP (Synteny Mapping and Analysis Program) is an automated system for identifying and displaying genome synteny alignments. The genomes may be represented by sequenced chromosomes, by draft sequence contigs, or by FPC physical maps (with BAC-end or marker sequence).

     

If you use results from this page in a publication or website, please reference: Soderlund, et al. (2011) Nucl. Acids Res. doi:10.1093/nar/gkr123 (link).

Below are agricultural syntenies, which you may view with the SyMAP Java Applet. Or, you may compute your own syntenies with the SyMAP software.

2018 SyMAP synteny
     The sequences and annotations were downloaded from NCBI. The SyMAP computations did NOT include self-syntenies.

Poaceae Foxtail Millet, Sorghum, Maize, Brachypodium, Rice
RosidsArabidopsis, Brassica, Poplar, Apple, Peach, Strawberry, Medicago, Soybean, Grape

 

2012 SyMAP synteny from the original www.symapdb.org
     The SyMAP computations included all self-syntenies. Poaceae includes two FPC maps.

PoaceaeRice, Maize, Brachypodium, Sorghum, Foxtail Millet
RosidsArabidopsis, Brassica, Medicago, Soybean, Poplar, Grape
RosalesApple, Peach, Strawbery

 
This project is supported by the National Research Initiative of USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture, grant #0214643.
Email: symap@agcol.arizona.edu