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Table 1 Observed and expected scaffolds in repeat regions. Counts and lengths of scaffolds with different interactions with repeats. There are 5.8 fold more scaffolds entirely within repeats than would be expected by chance

From: A simple procedure for directly obtaining haplotype sequences of diploid genomes

Classification Observed Random Observed/Random
Count Mean length1 Count Mean length Count ratio Length ratio
Neither end in repeat 43,898 4373 75,834 3045 0.58 1.44
One end in repeat 78,390 4411 112,818 3321 0.69 1.33
Two ends in two different repeats 50,212 3686 47,842 3620 1.05 1.02
Whole scaffold within one repeat 77,348 864 13,414 814 5.77 1.06
  1. 1Mean scaffold lengths reported here are much shorter than the mean scaffold sizes reported in Table 4 from which scaffolds less than 1 kb have been removed