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Table 1 Satellite repeats used in this study

From: Survey of extrachromosomal circular DNA derived from plant satellite repeats

Satellite repeat family Species Monomer length (bp) Location(a) Copies/haploid genome (1C) References EccDNA size Figure
Afa Triticum aestivum 340 P, I, T 30,000 [4951] (340)n 3C
AT-180 Arabidopsis thaliana 179 C, P > 55,000 [52, 53] (179)n  
IGS-like Vicia sativa 173 I 10,000 – 100,000 [47] (173)n 3D
CentO Oryza sativa 155 C, P 44,400 [54, 55] (155)n 3E
Sc119 Secale cereale 118 I, T 1,500,000 [56] (118)n 3A, B
VicTR-A Vicia narbonensis 69 I, T 100,000 – 1,000,000 [3, 57] (138)n 2
VicTR-A_c666 Vicia pannonica 69/138 n.d.(b) n.d.(b) this publication continuous arc 3L
VicTR-A_c653 Vicia pannonica 180 n.d.(b) n.d.(b) this publication (180)n 3K
FokI Vicia faba 59 I 5,400,000 – 21,000,000 [24] continuous arc 3F
PisTR-B Pisum sativum 50 P, T 380,000 [58, 59] continuous arc 3G
VicTR-B Vicia grandiflora 38 I, T 1,000,000 – 5,000,000 [3] continuous arc 3H
VicTR-B_VG-V Vicia grandiflora 186 T n.d. [26] (186)n 3I
VicTR-B Vicia sativa 38 I 1,000,000 – 5,000,000 [3] continuous arc  
  1. (a) Positions of signals on chromosomes. C, centromeric; P, pericentromeric; I, intercalary; T, (sub-)telomeric.
  2. (b) VicTR-A family in V. pannonica is located in (sub-)telomeric chromosome regions [3], but chromosome localization and copy numbers of its specific sequence variants represented by the clones c666 and c653 were not determined.