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Recent development of ecological studies has been fueled by the introduction of massive information based on chromosome-scale genome sequences, even for species whose genetic linkage was previously not accessible. This was enabled mainly by the application of Hi-C, a method for genome-wide chromosome conformation capture which was originally developed for investigating long-range interaction of chromatins. Performing genomic scaffolding using Hi-C data is highly resource-demanding in elaboratedoi:10.22541/au.160968142.22103947/v1 fatcat:36bkvvqdybcbdbghiywokpacmq