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Table 1 cDNA-AFLPs redundancy.

From: Large-scale Gene Ontology analysis of plant transcriptome-derived sequences retrieved by AFLP technology

Species Sequences Contigs Singlets Redundancy GC content
  No. % No. No. % % %
Aegilops tauschii 115 1.6 19 73 63.5 36.5 46.4
Arabidopsis spp. 155 2.2 4 147 94.8 5.2 43.3
Brassica napus 107 1.5 3 101 94.4 5.6 46.2
Cicer arietinum 48 0.7 5 37 77.1 22.9 43.4
Fragaria ananassa 61 0.9 0 61 100.0 0.0 46.7
Hordeum vulgare 85 1.2 6 73 85.9 14.1 50.2
Lolium perenne 34 0.5 0 34 100.0 0.0 51.7
Lotus japonicum 148 2.1 3 142 95.9 4.1 41.3
Lysopersicon esculentum 227 3.2 24 161 70.9 29.1 41.8
Malus domestica 1 525 7.4 47 409 77.9 22.1 45.7
Medicago spp. 681 9.6 25 625 91.8 8.2 41.4
Nicotiana spp. 2,995 42.3 308 2,235 74.6 25.4 42.3
Oryza sativa 598 8.4 58 461 77.1 22.9 45.6
Phaseolus vulgaris 98 3.0 7 82 83.7 16.3 44.9
Petunia hybrida 212 1.4 14 181 85.4 14.6 42.2
Populus spp. 865 12.2 97 624 72.1 27.9 44.4
Prunus persica 94 1.3 11 57 60.6 39.4 45.2
Prunus avium 89 1.3 16 51 57.3 42.7 43.9
Salix spp.2 69 1.0 8 61 88.4 11.6 44.2
Solanum spp. 300 4.2 52 167 55.7 44.3 42.6
Tirticum aestivum 74 1.0 7 56 75.7 24.3 48.3
Vitis vinifera 3 226 3.2 16 180 79.6 20.4 47.1
Overall 7,806   730 6,018 77.1 22.9 44.9
  1. Redundancy information on cDNA-AFLP sequences assessed on the basis of the number and proportion of contigs and singlets. For each sequence subset, the number of retrieved sequences and the percentage of the total, the number of contigs, the number of singlets and the percentage of the total, the redundancy, and the GC content are reported.
  2. 1278 sequences deposited in GenBank but not yet publicly released; 2All 69 sequences were released after February 1th, 2007; 3113 sequences are not yet publicly available.