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Table 6 Transposable elements in D. holocanthus and their classification

From: Genome size evolution in pufferfish: an insight from BAC clone-based Diodon holocanthus genome sequencing

Repeat classification Distribution Fugu members Copy number
SINEs    
   V Vertebrates FR2 63 (46)
   TE 18 (11)
   Mermaid Vertebrates FR1c 16 (5)
   FR1d 9 (3)
Non-LTR Retrotransposons    
   L1 Vertebrates, plants KibiFr1 2
   RTE Nematodes Expander 29
   Expander2 2
   L2 Metazoa Maui 13
   Rex1/Babar Fish Rex1_FurC 7
LTR Retrotransposons    
   Gypsy/TY3 Eukaryotes Ronin1_I 4
   Ronin2_I 1
   Ronin3_I 1
   Samurai_I 1
Penelope-like Insects, fish Bridge2(Xena) 17
DNA transposons    
   hAT-Charlie Mammals Chaplin4_FR 2 (2)
   Harbinger Nematodes, plants Senkusha1A 2 (1)
   Tc1-mariner Metazoa, plants TC1_FR1 8 (3)
   TC1_FR3 2 (0)
   TC1_FR4 5 (3)
   Tc2 Nematodes TC2_FR2a 2 (2)
   TC2_FR4 1 (1)
Unclassified    6 (1)
  1. Numbers in parentheses represent the number of transposable elements distributed within gene.