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Table 1 GC content of CDS across 8 Citrus Species

From: Analysis of codon usage patterns in citrus based on coding sequence data

Citrus Species Variety Genes GC% GC1% GC2% GC3% GC3 s% ENC
Atlantia buxifolia Atalantia 59755 43.51 50.70 40.47 39.35 37.08 52.48
Fortunella hindsii Mandarin 48789 43.80 50.85 40.53 40.01 37.74 52.47
Citrus grandis Pummelo 38039 43.79 50.67 40.56 40.13 37.87 52.55
Citrus sinensis Sweet 40773 43.50 50.52 40.12 39.87 37.59 52.44
Citrus medica Citron 40808 43.70 50.63 40.49 39.98 37.70 52.63
Citrus reticulata ‘Mangshan’ Mandarin 36852 43.59 50.51 40.32 39.94 37.66 52.65
Citrus ichangensis Papeda 36936 43.77 50.58 40.54 40.20 37.93 52.59
Citrus clementina Mandarin 29687 43.73 50.57 40.35 40.28 38.02 52.83
Average - 41455 43.67 50.63 40.42 39.97 37.70 52.58
  1. Genes represents the number of sequences after filtering; GC1, GC2 and GC3 represent the GC content of the first, second, third base of codon; GC3s represents the GC content of the third synonymous position; ENC represents the effective number of codons