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Table 3 Comparative matching of Ca ESTs to the ESTs of other legume databases.

From: Comparative analyses of genotype dependent expressed sequence tags and stress-responsive transcriptome of chickpea wilt illustrate predicted and unexpected genes and novel regulators of plant immunity

Gene indices Identity >80% Identity>90%
Arachis hypogea 1686 (83.75) 1118 (55.54)
Cajanus cajan 1764 (87.6) 1729 (85.89)
Pisum sativum 1788 (88.8) 1599 (79.43)
Robinia pseudoacacia 245 (12.17) 79 (3.92)
Lotus japonicus 872 (43.31) 287 (14.25)
Medicago trunculata 1168 (58.02) 614 (30.50)
Glycine max 1617 (80.32) 635 (31.54)
phaseolus vulgaris 928 (46.10) 234 (11.62)
  1. The chickpea ESTs isolated in this study were compared to other legume databases like Arachis hypogea, Cajanus cajan, Pisum sativua, Robinia psedoacacia, Lotus japonicus, Medicago trunculata, Glycine max and Phaseolus vulgaris collected from NCBI and TIGR gene indices. The criteria for stand alone BLASTN were (1) exact match = 11; (2) e-value cutoff 1e-5; and (3) identity > 80% and 90% at DNA sequence level.