Gene

Position

KRA

KOV

MTV

SD2

S9L

S. lati folia

S. nocti flora

Effect


Loss of editing

nad5

1580

T

C > T (0.97)

T

T

T

C > T

T

TCA (S) = > TTA (L)

ccmB

28

T

C > T (0.91)

T

T

T

C > T

C > T

CAT (H) = > TAT (Y)

ccmFc

1145

T

C > T (0.96)

T

T

T

C > T

T

CCA (P) = > CTA (L)

atp6 partial

839

T

C > T (0.96)

C

C

C

C > T

T

ACA (T) = > ATA (I)

New editing

ccmC

584

C > T (0.14)

C

C

C

C

C

C

ACC (T) = > ATC (I)

cox2

786

C > T (0.16)

C

C

C

C

C

T

Silent ACC (T) = > ACT (T)

cox3

225

C > T (0.15)

C

C

C

C

C

C

Silent ACC (T) = > ACT (T)

atp1

555

C > T (0.18)

C

A

A

C

A

C

Silent ATC (I) = > ATT (I)

Large differences in editing rates

nad7

926

C > T (0.87)

C > T (0.09)

C

C

C

C > T

T

TCA (S) = > TTA (L)

mttB

25

C > T (0.17)

C > T (0.96)

C

C

C

C

A

Silent CTG (L) = > TTG (L)

mttB

373

C > T (0.26)

C > T (0.96)

C

C

C

C > T

C

CTT (L) = > TTT (F)

mttB

527

C > T (0.02)

C > T (0.85)

C

C

C

C > T

C

TCG (S) = > TTG (L)

 The sequence/editing in the corresponding positions in three additional S. vulgaris mt genomes and in two Silene species are shown. Editing in the MTV, SD2, and S9L haplotypes was not investigated; only sequence information is given. Editing rate, if available, is stated in parentheses. Editing rates higher than 0.8 in one haplotype and lower than 0.3 in the other one were considered highly different