Biased fractionation

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Biased fractionation between syntenic regions in the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana derived from its most recent whole genome duplication event. Results may be regenerated

Biased fractionation: the process of fractionation of gene content following whole genome duplications where one homeologous chromosome is targeted for more gene loss events than the partner chromosome(s).

Please see these papers: