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tpj12366-sup-0001-TableS1.xlsxapplication/msexcel5668KTable S1. Wheat syntenome raw data.
tpj12366-sup-0002-TableS2.xlsxapplication/msexcel25KTable S2. List of dominant (D) and sensitive (S) chromosomal blocks in wheat.
tpj12366-sup-0003-TableS3.xlsapplication/msexcel724KTable S3. Wheat Composite Genetic Map (WCGM 2013).
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Figure S1. Wheat syntenome characterization flow chart.

Figure S2. Wheat duplicated genes (homoeologs & paralogs) characterization.

Figure S3. Grass dominant and sensitive compartments following ancestral WGD.

Figure S4. Strategy for COS-SNP marker development and exploitation.

Figure S5. COS-SNP transferability in sorghum, maize, oat, rice, Triticale, wheat, wheat, rye, barley, ray grass (illustrated with COS-5598).

Figure S6. De novo COS sequencing in wheat.

Figure S7. HomoeoSNP vs. SNP calling through sequence coverage criterion.

Figure S8. Characterization of wheat homoeologs (A, B and D homoeoalleles).

Figure S9. Identification of PAVs and CNVs.

Figure S10. COS-SNP and InDels typology in wheat.

Figure S11. Genome-wide distribution of the COS-SNP diversity in wheat.

Figure S12. False COS-SNP origins.

Figure S13. Validation of COS computed gene order.

Figure S14. Detailed characteristics of the WCGM 2013.

Figure S15. Wheat Synteny Viewer characterization flow chart.

tpj12366-sup-0005-DataS1.docxWord document36KData S1. Experimental procedure.
tpj12366-sup-0006-Supportinglegends.docWord document43K 

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