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Table 4 The genome areas identified to be rich in indels among the twelve acquired chloroplast genomes. Genome areas that have more than 5 indels per 500 bp are considered to be rich in indels

From: Twelve complete chloroplast genomes of wild peanuts: great genetic resources and a better understanding of Arachis phylogeny

Genome positionCountRegionGenomic contextContent
57,000–57,50011LSCtrnQ-UUG~accDspacer
115,500–116,00011SSCrpl32~trnL-UAG; trnL-UAG; trnL-UAG~ccsAspacer; coding; spacer
66,000–66,50010LSCpsbE~petLspacer
123,000–123,5008SSCndhAcoding
112,000–112,5007IRa;SSCtrnN-GUU~ndhF;ndhFspacer; coding
53,000–53,5006LSCtrnR-UCU; trnR-UCU~trnS-GCUcoding; spacer
53,500–54,0006LSCtrnR-UCU~trnS-GCUcoding
56,000–56,5006LSCpsbK; psbK~trnQ-UUGcoding; spacer
10,000–10,5005LSCtrnV-UAC; trnV-UAC~ndhCcoding; spacer
13,000–13,5005LSCndhJ~trnF-GAA; trnF-GAA; trnF-GAA~trnL-UAAspacer; coding; spacer
29,500–30,0005LSCpsbD~trnF-GGUspacer
69,000–69,5005LSCrps18; rps18~rps20coding; spacer
115,000–115,5005SSCrpl32; rpl32~trnL-UAGcoding; spacer
119,500–120,0005SSCpsaC~ndhE; ndhE~ndhGspacer; spacer