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Table 3 Quantification of different sources contributing to redundancy between unigenes; unigenes where mapped against 14 cDNA reference sequences of P. sativum: orthologs of the ten most frequent AGIs (Table 2), five known single copy genes from P. sativum, and four genes encoding Mendelian traits; the original alignments can be viewed by loading additional files 4 and 5 into an alignment viewer such as tablet [45].

From: Comprehensive transcriptome analysis of the highly complex Pisum sativum genome using next generation sequencing

gene name corresponding pea cDNA length in bases # reads mapped identical positions percentage putative SNP positions percentage putative sequencing error positions percentage
LHCb1 gi|56809378 801 56517 9 1.1 131 16.4 779 97.3
LHCb2 gi|56809380 798 15370 28 3.5 9 1.1 768 96.2
CCBP gi|141448063 922 10616 609 66.1 18 2.0 296 32.1
Ran1 gi|123192430 666 6488 363 54.5 8 1.2 300 45.0
RuBP gi|169152 674 651 182 27.0 68 10.1 475 70.5
ApxI gi|169042 3625 32 1367 37.7 8 0.2 99 2.7
ek-oxidase gi|37954113 1797 1474 1749 97.3 20 1.1 25 1.4
Fed-1 gi|169086 1995 35 1360 68.2 1 0.1 87 4.4
HMG1 gi|436423 807 6 670 83.0 5 0.6 124 15.4
plastocyanin gi|20845 1505 107 1050 69.8 2 0.1 453 30.1
G3bh gi|2316017 4248 3 3577 84.2 0 -- 1 0.0
bHLH gi|308084332 11892 0 0 -- nd nd nd nd
SBEII gi|510546 2919 14 2186 74.9 20 0.7 18 0.6
SGR gi|156713218 792 1 787 99.4 4 0.5 1 0.1