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Table 2 Conversion rate and methylation pattern for the four rice samples

From: Single-base resolution maps of cultivated and wild rice methylomes and regulatory roles of DNA methylation in plant gene expression

Sample Japonica Indica
error rate * 1.12%      
Methylation Methylcytosine number Methylation density Average methylation level of all cytosines Methylcytosine number Methylation density Average methylation level of all cytosines
Total 35,598,491 24.27% 15.40% 22,559,747 18.85% 9.81%
CG 14,989,765 54.68% 44.46% 9,881,382 45.17% 27.77%
CHG 9,238,307 37.31% 20.14% 5,553,755 27.29% 13.48%
CHH 11,370,419 12.03% 4.02% 7,124,610 9.20% 3.16%
Sample O. rufipogon    O. nivara   
error rate 0.47%    0.94%   
Methylation Methylcytosine number Methylation density Average methylation level of all cytosines Methylcytosine number Methylation density Average methylation level of all cytosines
Total 23,358,199 18.95% 9.05% 24,308,799 20.75% 13.79%
CG 10,333,979 46.75% 30.82% 9,991,032 49.63% 45.46%
CHG 5,785,271 27.89% 12.74% 5,735,875 29.46% 19.18%
CHH 7,238,949 9.00% 2.75% 8,581,892 11.07% 5.75%
Sample Arabidopsis[12, 13]      
error rate       
Methylation Methylation density Average methylation level of all cytosines     
Total 5.26% NA     
CG NA 24.00%     
CHG NA 6.70%     
CHH NA 1.70%     
  1. * The sum of non-conversion rate and T-C sequencing error rate.