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Table 3 Distribution of sequencing reads among different genomic locations

From: Transcriptome profiling of Camelina sativa to identify genes involved in triacylglycerol biosynthesis and accumulation in the developing seeds

  Cs-14 (10–15 DAF) Cs-21 (16–21 DAF)
Bio Rep 1 Bio Rep 2 Bio Rep 3 Mean ± SD Bio Rep 1 Bio Rep 2 Bio Rep 3 Mean ± SD
Annotated exons 17.2 M (76 %) 17.5 M (76 %) 25.5 M (75 %) 20.0 ± 4.7 19.4 M (77 %) 19.2 M (75 %) 14.9 M (77 %) 17.8 ± 2.5
Annotated introns 3.3 M (14 %) 3.4 M (15 %) 4.8 M (14 %) 3.8 ± 0.8 3.6 M (14 %) 3.5 M (14 %) 2.7 M (14 %) 3.2 ± 0.4
Novel genes and exons 21,028 (0.4 %) 24,141 (0.4 %) 37,287 (0.5 %) 27,485 ± 8630 31,924 (0.5 %) 28,678 (0.4 %) 18,424 (0.4 %) 26,342 ± 7046
Intergenic 1.8 M (8 %) 1.8 M (7 %) 3.3 M (10 %) 2.3 ± 0.8 2.3 M (9 %) 2.7 M (10 %) 1.6 M (8 %) 2.2 ± 0.5
Total unique reads 22.4 M 22.8 M 33.6 M 26.2 ± 6.3 25.3 M 25.5 M 19.3 M 23.3 ± 3.5
  1. Shown are the number and percentage of sequencing read mapping to the indicated genomic regions. Novel gene and exon regions refer to the reads mapped to previously unannotated regions that are enriched in sequencing reads. The number of processed reads obtained from the mapping of the three biological replicates of RNA sequencing to different regions of Camelina genome (in millions M)
  2. DAF days after flowering; SD standard deviation