Table 1

Alignment statistics for the individuals from different turkey populations
IDs Sequence coverage (fold)1 Assembly coverage (%)2 Assembly coverage 1-25X (%)3
L1a 5.12 79.04 78.93
L1b 4.72 83.88 84.04
L1c 5.61 84.10 83.85
L2a 6.54 85.91 85.85
L2b 6.72 86.19 86.13
L2c 5.18 80.16 80.05
L3a 6.32 85.98 85.68
L3b 5.75 85.26 85.21
L3c 6.24 85.91 85.72
L4a 6.19 85.58 85.51
L4b 5.75 84.65 84.58
L4c 5.13 84.14 84.12
L5a 3.52 71.18 71.14
L5b 5.18 71.35 71.27
L5c 5.73 68.35 68.08
L6a 2.88 65.14 65.13
L6b 4.50 77.53 77.49
L6c 4.52 81.45 81.43
L7a 5.46 78.59 78.39
L7b 4.61 57.86 57.70
L7c 4.99 70.88 70.78
BvSW1 4.55 83.21 83.19
BvSW2 5.72 48.33 47.48
BvSW3 5.59 82.24 82.13
Nset1 2.07 53.84 53.82
Nset2 5.39 83.94 83.86
Nset3 5.17 79.42 79.29
RP1 5.31 60.31 60.05
RP2 5.00 63.54 63.43
SM1 1.81 47.10 47.06
SM2 1.38 29.32 29.30
SM3 1.73 45.41 45.40

1 Average sequence depth of each base in the reference genome that is covered by at least 1 read. The used turkey reference genome (UMD 2.01) has genome size of 1,061,982,190 bp, which is 90% of the total turkey genome size. 2 Percentage of reference genome that is covered by at least one read. 3 Percentage of reference genome that is covered by 1–25 reads.

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