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Table 2 Genome sequence analysis and gene prediction of four dicot powdery mildew biotypes

From: Comparative genome analyses reveal sequence features reflecting distinct modes of host-adaptation between dicot and monocot powdery mildew

PM Biotype GcC1 GcM1 GcM2 GcM3
Raw Reads 84,214,356 89,713,850 86,621,454 82,892,794
Trimmed Reads 81,469,810 85,393,708 84,044,588 78,373,242
Scaffolds 22,821 25,102 14,365 22,581
N50 scaffold length 4625 4846 6751 4696
% Scaffolds 33.3 35 35.6 32
% Genome 39.8 44 30.1 38
Conitgs 30,165 33,822 18,861 29,563
N50 contig length 4095 4312 5946 4253
CEGMAa 99% / 99% 99% / 99% 99% / 99% 99% / 99%
Assembly Size (Mb) 64.64 71.27 45.08 65.02
Genome sizeb (Mb) 173.8 221.8 120 195.8
Sequencing depth 50× 46× 73× 44×
Gene number 6718 6620 6961 6865
SPc gene number 472 478 499 489
CSEPd gene number 159 163 175 174
  1. aCEGMA: Core Eukaryotic Genes Mapping Approach. Two hundred forty-eight core eukaryotic genes are used to evaluate the completeness of each scaffold
  2. bGenome size is estimated by K-mer frequency
  3. cSP: Secreted proteins without transmembrane domain
  4. dCSEP: Candidate secreted effector proteins without homologs outside powdery mildew fungi