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Table 1 RNAseq quality and coverage of bean transcriptome

From: Slow darkening of pinto bean seed coat is associated with significant metabolite and transcript differences related to proanthocyanidin biosynthesis

Cultivars Replicate Total reads Q30 bases (%) Mapped reads Uniquely mapped reads Genes hit (%)
1533–15 1 29,823,880 90.39 20,347,924 11,054,222 78.84
2 18,850,340 89.45 12,991,256 8,067,224 76.39
3 53,681,314 87.82 36,390,339 19,694,642 84.75
4 32,211,588 90.49 21,458,754 9,324,847 74.73
CDC Pintium 1 55,184,220 88.77 35,551,838 16,669,271 78.62
2 42,822,186 88.32 26,665,236 12,683,699 76.12
3 22,713,516 88.8 13,754,893 6,909,101 73.25
4 40,101,598 90.23 24,956,759 10,807,837 74.85
  1. Replicate: the variety replicate sequenced; total reads: the total number of sequence reads obtained; Q30 bases (%): the percentage of bases with > 30 quality in the sequencing results; mapped reads: the number of reads that mapped to one of the P. vulgaris transcript models; uniquely mapped reads: number of mapped reads mapping uniquely to a transcript model with a mapping quality ≥20; genes hit: number of gene models with one or more reads mapped to its transcript as a percentage of the total number of gene models
  2. Coverage of pinto bean cv 1533–15 and CDC Pintium seed coat transcriptome ranged from 73.25–84.75%