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Table 2 Plasmid-like inserts in the Siberian larch mitogenome

From: Siberian larch (Larix sibirica Ledeb.) mitochondrial genome assembled using both short and long nucleotide sequence reads is currently the largest known mitogenome

Contig Picea abies a Broad host range plasmids (NCBI GenBank taxid:36549)
# length, bp N A highly similar sequences (megablast) more dissimilar sequences (discontiguous megablast) somewhat similar sequences (blastn)
N Nc A Nd A % of total
1 4,008,762 1b 42 none 2 206 50 2038 0.05
2 3,031,766 none none 3 269 66 2387 0.08
3 2,293,716 none none none 69 2397 0.10
4 1,382,651 none none none 52 1946 0.14
5 469,276 none none none 17 463 0.10
6 204,181 none none none 51 1829 0.90
7 142,269 none none 2 206 16 481 0.34
8 105,151 none none none 34 1107 1.05
9 24,767 none none 1 49 11 292 1.18
Total 11,662,539 1 42 0 8 730 366 12,940 0.11
  1. N - number of matching sites; A - alignment length, bp
  2. aPicea abies mitochondrial plasmid-like DNA (NCBI GenBank accession number AJ225562)
  3. bone short site 608,296–608,337 with identity 100%
  4. ccontig 1: two sites 2,426,685–2,426,787 and 724,520–724,622, both matching Z34929 with identity 78%; contig 2: three sites 1,294,914–1,295,016 and 865,049–865,151, both matching Z34929 with identity 78%, and 738,551–738,613 matching CP021634 with identity 78%; contig 7: two sites 127,403–127,505 and 37,625–37,727, both matching Z34929 with identity 78%; contig 9: one site 4507–4555 (84%, CP021611)
  5. dData on plasmids matching inserts in contigs and their NCBI GenBank accession numbers are provided in Additional file 2
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