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Table 4 Statistics on annotation transfer between the first release of the assembly and the new release

From: Improvement of the banana “Musa acuminata” reference sequence using NGS data and semi-automated bioinformatics methods

  First release (D'hont et al. 2012) New release (version 2)
Identifier Pseudo-molecule size (bp)c Number Pseudo-molecule size (bp)c Number
  RefSeqa BGHb   RefSeqa BGHb Consensus
chr01 27 573 629 2 407 2 836 29 070 452 2 038 2 427 2 372
chr02 22 054 697 1 975 2 328 29 511 734 2 172 2 563 2 517
chr03 30 470 407 2 796 3 251 35 020 413 2 991 3 443 3 371
chr04 30 051 516 2 850 3 368 37 105 743 3 512 4 123 4 018
chr05 29 377 369 2 583 2 972 41 853 232 2 824 3 268 3 215
chr06 34 899 179 3 165 3 700 37 593 364 3 425 4 003 3 896
chr07 28 617 404 2 447 2 764 35 028 021 2 577 2 907 2 918
chr08 35 439 739 2 876 3 458 44 889 171 3 034 3 623 3 489
chr09 34 148 863 2 602 3 110 41 306 725 2 752 3 318 3 157
chr10 33 665 772 2 677 3 157 37 674 811 2 775 3 229 3 155
chr11 25 514 024 2 257 2 679 27 954 350 2 205 2 614 2 521
chrUn_random 141 147 818 2 081 2 927 46 622 217 344 540 543
Mitochondrial N/A N/A N/A 7 218 240 25 96 104
Total 472 960 417 30 716 36 550 450 848 473 30 674 36 154 35 276
  1. aNCBI RefSeq genome annotation released the 7 October 2014 and generated with the NCBI Eukaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline
  2. bBanana Genome Hub (BGH) annotation performed by [27], in addition to manually curated genes performed before 08 December 2014 available in the Banana Genome Hub
  3. cIncluding ‘N’ separating scaffolds