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Table 3 Short copy number variations are found in repetitive genomic regions

From: Characterization of phenotypic variation and genome aberrations observed among Phytophthora ramorum isolates from diverse hosts

Isolates WSU107–0081 (wt, Arbutus) normal euploid WSU107–0086 (wt, Rhododendron) normal euploid Pr-106 (wt, bay) normal euploid WSU107–0057 (wt, Rhododendron) sCNV euploid WSU108–0021 (wt, Viburnum) sCNV euploid Overlap between WSU107–0057 and 108–0021
Total sCNV (average size) 71 (1888 bp) 71 (3021 bp) 102 (1751 bp) 357 (1255 bp) 446 (988 bp) 275
sCNV at multicopy regions 62 (87.3%) 68 (96%) 96 (94%) 319 (89.4%) 393 (88.1%) 267
sCNVs at TEsa 18 (25.3%) 6 (8.5%) 32 (31%)a 135 (37.8%)a 169 (37.9%)a 97
sCNVs at tandem repeat regionsa 15 (21.5%)a 18 (25.3%)a 10 (9.8%)a 58 (16.2%)a 70 (15.7%)a 51
  1. a A randomization test showed that observed sCNVs at TEs or tandem repeats were significantly more frequent than expected by chance (p < 0.01)