Table 4 Locations of translocations between A. aceri and A. gossypii
Chromosome in A. aceriChromosome in A. gossypiiGene to Left of Break PointGene to Right of Break PointChromosome in A. gossypiiTranslocation Type
AaChr7AgChr7AGR242CADR160WAgChr4Reciprocal
AaChr4AgChr4ADR159CAGR243WAgChr7A.g. Ancestral
AaChr3AgChr6AFR280WACL074WAgChr3Reciprocal
AaChr6AgChr6AFR279CACL075CAgChr3A.a. Ancestral
AaChr2AgChr4ADR357CAGR346CAgChr7Reciprocal
AaChr4AgChr7AGR345CADR358WAgChr4A.g. Ancestral
AaChr1AgChr1AAR190WAEL287CAgChr5Reciprocal
AaChr5AgChr1AAR191CAEL286CAgChr5A.g. Ancestral
AaChr7AgChr4ADR165CAER303WAgChr5Adjacent
AaChr5AgChr5AER302CADR166WAgChr4Reciprocal
AaChr7AgChr7AGR242CADR160WAgChr4Translocations
AaChr4AgChr4ADR159CAGR243WAgChr7Unclear ancestry
AaChr2AgChr2ABR182WAFR451W-AAgChr6Adjacent
AaChr3AgChr2ABR183WAFR451CAgChr6Reciprocal
AaChr2AgChr6AFR466CABR186WAgChr2Translocations
AaChr3AgChr6AFR467WABR184CAgChr2Unclear ancestry
AaChr6AgChr4ADL268CAFL185WAgChr6Adjacent
AaChr7AgChr4ADL267WAFL186WAgChr6Reciprocal
AaChr4AgChr5AER443WADL265W-AAgChr4Translocations
AaChr7AgChr5AER442WADL265WAgChr4A.g. Ancestral
AaChr7AgChr3ACL203CAGL351WAgChr7Telomeric
AaChr6AgChr7AGL352WADL395CAgChr4Gene exchange
AaChr3AgChr4ADL397CAFR747WAgChr6Unclear ancestry
AaChr2AgChr2ABR208WADR329WAgChr4Three way
AaChr3AgChr3ACR239CABR209WAgChr2Translocation
AaChr5AgChr4ADR328WACR240WAgChr3A.a. Ancestral
  • A. aceri chromosomes are numbered and oriented based on the conserved centromeric regions. No translocations are present at the centromeres. The first column lists the A. aceri chromosome. A. gossypii protein coding genes listed are adjacent to the translocation. Four of the translocations are reciprocal translocations and the other five are either a pair of translocations at near-by genes, or are three-way transloctions. In most cases it is possible to identify if the A. aceri or A. gossypii gene order is ancestral by comparison with related species E. cymbalariae (Wendland and Walther 2011) and K. lactis (Dujon et al. 2004).