Figure 2: The topmost horizontal panel in red colour depicts the genome of reference strain RF122. Each of the CNS genome is separated by a single black horizontal center line, top of which name of strain is written. Coloured block outlines are known as Locally Collinear Blocks (LCBs) and are connected by corresponding coloured lines. LCBs represent the regions of similarity among the genomes that are homologous and have not undergone any rearrangement. Blocks lying above the center black horizontal line are in forward orientation relative to the first genome sequence. Blocks below the center line indicate regions that align in the reverse complement (inverse) orientation. Regions outside blocks show no homology among the input genomes. The similarity profile of the bacterial genome is drawn inside each block; the height of similarity profile corresponds to the average level of conservation in that region of the genome.