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Table 3 SNP markers identification for lily and tulip

From: Generation and analysis of expressed sequence tags in the extreme large genomes Lilium and Tulipa

Genotype(s) Nr. contigs Nr. contigs containing at least one SNP* Nr. SNP markers Nr. SNP markers
    (no secondary SNP) ** (one secondary SNP) **
Connecticut King 14,773 4,309 (29%) 406 (9.4%) 1,171 (27%)
White Fox 21,898 9,261 (42%) 558 (6%) 1,292 (14%)
Star Gazer 24,700 10,024 (41%) 730 (7%) 2,026 (20%)
Trumpet 26,075 11,298 (43%) 607 (5%) 2,075 (18%)
Cantata 17,646 7,456 (42%) 722 (10%) 2,371 (32%)
Princeps 17,007 7,587 (45%) 690 (10%) 2,510 (33%)
T. fosteriana 24,713 11,787 (48%) 1,002 (8.5%) 3,265 (28%)
Kees Nelis 38,716 13,832 (36%) 595 (4.3%) 1,646 (12%)
Ile de France 24,557 6,347 (26%) 310 (5%) 776 (12%)
Bellona 14,325 4,476 (31%) 223 (5%) 535 (12%)
T. gesneriana 54,575 20,661 (38%) 822 (4%) 2,033 (10%)
  1. * Percentages of contigs that contain at least one SNP calculated according to the total number of contigs.
  2. ** Percentage of SNP markers from total nr. of contigs that contain at least one SNP.
  3. Number of contigs that contain at least one SNP was calculated. SNP markers with 50 bps flanking sequences free of secondary SNP, and with one secondary SNP allowance in the flanking sequences were identified.