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Table 2 High complexity repeats in the white spruce gDNA of PGB02 and PGB04.

From: Targeted isolation, sequence assembly and characterization of two white spruce (Picea glauca) BAC clones for terpenoid synthase and cytochrome P450 genes involved in conifer defence reveal insights into a conifer genome

BAC Repetitive sequences with similarities in angiosperms1 TEs detected with RepeatMasker2 Total repeat content3 Similarity to EST4
(%)
PGB02 3.7% 21.9% 36.0% 14.7%
PGB04 3.0% 17.6% 41.6% 17.1%
  1. 1Portion of the white spruce gDNA sequences of PGB02 and PGB04 with similarity to repeat regions identified in the genomes of Arabidopsis, rice, poplar and grapevine (cut-off E-value < 10-5); this excludes the coding regions of 3CAR and CYP720B4.
  2. 2Percentage of PGB02 and PGB04 sequences consisting of TEs as detected by the RepeatMasker using the viridiplantae section of the RepBase Update.
  3. 3Percentage of PGB02 and PGB04 sequences consisting of high complexity repeats as detected by pairwise comparisons of the two gDNA sequences.
  4. 4Fraction of the PGB02 and PGB04 sequences with similarity (at least 80 - 90% nucleotide sequence identity) to white spruce ESTs; this excludes the coding regions of 3CAR and CYP720B4; no EST hits were detected outside repeat regions.