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Table 1 Summary of mitogenome features of Fabaceae

From: Fluctuations in Fabaceae mitochondrial genome size and content are both ancient and recent

Subfamily Species Genome size (bp) Number of unique intact genes Transposable elements MIPTs Single copy region Repetitive region
Protein-coding rRNA tRNA % Kb % Kb % Kb % Kb
Cercidoideae Cercis canadensis 348,530 35 3 18 4.7 16.2 1.6 5.7 94.7 330.2 5.3 18.3
Detarioideae Tamarindus indica 607,282 34 3 18 4.2 25.6 0.4 2.3 83.5 507.1 16.5 100.1
Caesalpinioideae Libidibia coriaria 601,574 37 3 19 4.9 29 0.6 3.7 85.2 512.3 14.8 89.2
Caesalpinioideae Haematoxylum brasiletto 631,094 37 3 20 5.1 32.3 1.2 7.7 81 511.3 19 119.8
Caesalpinioideae Leucaena trichandra 729,504 36 3 19 5.1 37 1.1 8 75.7 552.4 24.3 177.1
Papilionoideae Millettia pinnata 425,718 32 3 18 4.4 18.5 0.6 2.6 84.2 361 15.2 64.7
Papilionoideae Glycine max 402,558 32 3 17 3.5 14.2 0.7 3 80.6 325 19.4 77.9
Papilionoideae Vigna angularis 404,466 31 3 15 3.9 16 0.1 0.6 95.3 385.5 4.7 19
Papilionoideae Vigna radiata 401,262 31 3 15 3.6 14.4 0.3 1.2 96.7 388.2 3.3 13
Papilionoideae Lotus japonicus 380,861 31 3 17 4.4 16.6 1.5 5.8 84 320 16 61
Papilionoideae Vicia faba 588,000 32 3 19 4 23.3 0.7 4.1 39.4 231.6 60.6 356.3
Papilionoideae Medicago truncatula 271,618 32 3 16 4.3 11.6 0.4 1.1 97.1 263.7 2.9 7.9
  1. bp basepairs, kb kilobasepairs