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Table 1 Assembly and gene annotation features of diplogastrid genomes

From: The community-curated Pristionchus pacificus genome facilitates automated gene annotation improvement in related nematodes

Species Prabh et al. 2018 This study
Number of gene models BUSCO odb9
C/D/F/M (%)
BUSCO odb10
C/D/F/M (%)
Number of gene models BUSCO odb9
C/D/F/M (%)
BUSCO odb10
C/D/F/M (%)
P. exspectatus 31,172 79/7/6/8 67/6/2/25 35,595 85/7/5/4 77/7/2/14
P. arcanus 35,909 81/7/4/8 71/6/2/22 39,331 86/8/3/2 79/7/2/13
P. maxplancki 31,765 75/11/7/8 65/7/2/23 37,393 80/13/4/2 74/12/2/12
P. japonicus 31,996 77/8/6/10 68/7/2/23 36,638 84/9/4/4 76/9/2/13
P. mayeri 36,554 81/5/6/8 71/4/2/23 32,719 86/5/6/4 79/4/3/14
P. entomophagus 37,279 82/4/6/8 71/3/1/24 31,150 87/4/5/4 79/4/2/15
P. fissidentatus 25,634 83/2/6/10 73/2/2/24 28,283 87/2/7/4 80/3/3/15
P. giblindavisi 35,770 74/3/10/13 69/2/3/26 22,872 70/3/14/13 68/3/6/23
M. japonica 24,971 79/2/9/9 73/2/2/23 19,855 88/2/5/5 82/2/2/13
  1. The table shows a comparison between the previous [9] and the current gene annotations for nine diplogastrid genomes. The number of gene models is denoted together with the BUSCO results for the odb9 (N = 982 orthologs) and odb10 (N = 3131 orthologs). C Complete single copy, D Duplicated, F Fragmented, M Missing