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Table 1 Newly identified tandem repeats with high abundance in the pea genome

From: Repetitive DNA in the pea (Pisum sativum L.) genome: comprehensive characterization using 454 sequencing and comparison to soybean and Medicago truncatula

Repeat Monomer [bp] Cluster Abundance(a) Localization on chromosomes(b) Note
    [%] CN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
TR-1 867 CL14 0.14 7,000 PC - C, T PC,C - - -  
TR-2 ~440 SCL5 0.29 28,000 - PC - - C PC -  
TR-3 82 CL19 0.10 51,000 - - PC I - - - Fig. 3C
TR-4 172 CL16 0.09 22,000 - - - - - PC -  
TR-5 54 CL52 0.04 35,000 - PC - - - - -  
TR-6 245 CL65 0.04 7,000 - - - - PC,C - -  
TR-7 164 CL49 0.05 13,000 PC,C - - - - - -  
TR-8 342 SCL58 0.04 5,000 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Dispersed
TR-9 189 CL68 0.04 8,000 T T - - - - T Fig. 3A
TR-10 659 CL78 0.03 2,000 - - - - PC,C - -  
TR-11 ~510 CL9 0.20 17,000 C C - - C C C Fig. 3B
TR-12 ~120 CL92 0.02 7,000 I PC, I I C, I I I I  
TR-14 193 CL124 0.02 5,000 - - - T - - -  
TR-17 191 CL193 0.01 3,000 - - - - - - I  
  1. (a) Repeat abundance is expressed as its proportion in the genome (in percents of the genome size) and as copy number of monomers per haploid genome (CN).
  2. (b) Positions of FISH signals on individual chromosomes (n = 7). C, centromeric; PC, pericentromeric; I, intercalary; T, (sub-)telomeric.