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Table 6 Comparative mapping of C. melo BES to other plant genomes

From: Genome-wide BAC-end sequencing of Cucumis melo using two BAC libraries

Plant genomes No. of
masked
BES with
BLAST
matches1
No. of
masked
BES pairs
withM
BLAST
matches2, 3
On same
chromosome,
contig or scaffold3, 4
Within
50 - 500 kb3, 4
In the
correct
orientation3, 4
%5 Total %6
Species Pseudo_
molecules7
Length
(Mb)8
    No. of
mapping
Loci9
  No. of
mapping
loci
   
A. thaliana 5 135 2,958 (6.3%) 135
(0.4%)
86
(63.7%)
111
(1.3)
15 (17%) 15 11
(73%)
8 0.05
V. vinifera 19 487 4,919 (10.4%) 334
(1.5%)
195
(58.4%)
350
(1.8)
86 (44%) 91 56
(65%)
17 0.26
G. max 20 975 4,446 (9.4%) 282
(1.3%)
171
(60.6%)
437
(2.6)
73 (43%) 120 57
(78%)
20 0.26
M. truncatula 8 241 3,214 (6.8%) 155
(0.7%)
102
(65.8)
210
(2.0)
30 (29%) 36 24
(80%)
15 0.11
P. trichocarpa 19 370 4,676 (9.9%) 315
(1.4%)
171
(54.3%)
276
(1.6)
95 (55%) 123 76
(80%)
24 0.35
C. sativus 10 117 149 30,818 (65.4%) 10,296 (47.6%) 6,475
(62.9%)
31,385
(4.8)
4,945 (76%) 17,456 4,138
(84%)
40 19.14
  1. 1Percentage relative to the total number of high-quality BES (47,140)
  2. 2Percentage relative to the total number of pairs of high-quality BES (43,224/2)
  3. 3Paired-BES mapping on several genome locations are counted once
  4. 4Percentage relative to the values in the previous column
  5. 5Percentage of paired BES with BLAST matches mapping on same chromosome/contig/scaffold within 50-500 kb in the correct orientation
  6. 6Percentage relative to the total number of paired-BES
  7. 7Number of pseudomolecules/scaffolds used for the analysis. In all cases except C. sativus, pseudomolecules correspond to chromosomes
  8. 8Total length of the genomic sequences used for the analysis
  9. 9In parenthesis, average number of mapping loci of pairs of BES mapping on same chromosome/contig/scaffold
  10. 10Scaffolds > 500 kb, representing 73.4% of the C. sativus genome assembly deposited n the Phytozome v5 database.