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Table 2 Details of 23 genes of secondary metabolisms in Eucalyptus sequenced for SNP detection

From: Comparative SNP diversity among four Eucalyptus species for genes from secondary metabolite biosynthetic pathways

   Length (bp)a    
Gene aa identity (%)b Exon Intron Total Pathway Coverage (%) Coverage
dxr 75 652 1440 2092 MEP 80 E1-E6
dxs1 83 1158 668 1826 MEP 57 I4-E10
dxs2 82 588 184 772 MEP 30 E5-E7
hds 75 2001 2997 4998 MEP 93 E1-E17
hdr 83 1218 1982 3200 MEP 100 E1-E10
hmgr 73 890 1573 2463 MVA 75 E1-E2/E6-E12
mvk 62 1016 2023 3039 MVA 100 E1-E5
pmd 76 484 1472 1956 MVA 59 E1-E4
ipp 83 598 1138 1736 TPS 76 E2-E6
ggpps 73 731 448 1179 TPS 90 E1-E2
psy1 80 742 819 1561 TPS 80 E1-E4
psy2 75 617 882 1499 TPS 80 E1-E4
psy3 85 423 733 1156 TPS 40 E4-E6
gpps 63 568 4123 4691 TPS 75 E3-E8/E9-E10
fpps 73 910 2563 3473 TPS 100 E1-E12
smo 78 1486 861 2347 TPS 100 E1-E7
chs 66 1126 362 1488 FLAV 100 E1-E2
chi 70 808 357 1165 FLAV 100 E1-E3
f3h 72 1055 963 2018 FLAV 100 E1-E3
dfr 72 921 1439 2360 FLAV 100 E1-E6
lar c 65 569 2097 2666 FLAV 80 E1-E4
ans 71 952 216 1168 FLAV 100 E1-E2
anr 68 534 545 1079 FLAV 63 E1-E4
sum 75 20047 29885 49932   81  
  1. a The length of sequence for exons, introns and the total are shown, the assigned pathway, an estimation of the proportion of the full length of the gene that was sequenced, the coverage of the gene, as compared to A. thaliana.
  2. b Compared to A. thaliana
  3. c lar is compared to P. trichocarpa as it does not exist in A. thaliana