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Table 1 Summary of the coarse-grained map between 18 XLA9.1 chromosomes (L and S) on 10 XTR9.0 chromosomes. The length units are in blocks. Each block corresponds to a sequence of length 5 Kbp. Xtr (X. tropicalis); Xla (X. laevis); Chr (Chromosome)

From: Towards the bridging of molecular genetics data across Xenopus species

Xtr Chr Xtr blocks length Xtr blocks aligned Xtr coverage Number Xla Chr aligned Total Xla Chr length Xla Chr blocks aligned Xla Chr coverage Alignment rate Length rate
1 38980 30325 0.778 2 79980 69269 0.70 1.85 2.05
2 34048 24941 0.733 2 68224 53657 0.66 1.82 2.00
3 27458 21199 0.772 2 52947 47149 0.73 1.82 1.93
4 26703 20991 0.786 2 53082 46342 0.73 1.84 1.99
5 29320 20599 0.703 2 59210 43481 0.62 1.79 2.02
6 27032 19736 0.730 2 56700 42203 0.64 1.83 2.10
7 23449 14512 0.619 2 43314 30723 0.59 1.77 1.85
8 23530 17076 0.726 2 43836 34028 0.64 1.64 1.86
9 16091 11011 0.684 2a 44503 24682 0.44 1.77 2.77
10 7993 5124 0.641 2a 44503 10047 0.18 1.57 5.57
Totals 254604 185514 0.73 18 546299 401581 0.74 1.77 2.15
  1. aIn X. laevis, chromosomes 9 and 10 from X. tropicalis become fused and duplicated. They were named Chr9_10L and Chr9_10S chromosomes in XLA9.1. The same set was aligned to X. tropicalis chromosome 9 and chromosome 10