Table 1

Distribution of repeat classes in different ranges of genome size
Range (kb) Geno. No.1 Mono- Di- Tri- Tetra- Penta- Hexa-
G .N. R.2 %3 O. V.4 G .N. R. % O. V. G .N. R. % O. V. G .N. R. % O. V. G .N. R. % O. V. G .N. R. % O. V.
~ 2 2 2 100 10 2 100 7 2 100 3 1 50 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 ~ 5 32 29 90.6 162 32 100 268 28 87.5 81 2 6.3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 ~ 10 94 94 100 851 94 100 1585 90 95.7 363 9 9.6 11 1 1.1 1 1 1.1 1
10 ~ 30 78 78 100 1482 78 100 2822 77 98.7 626 15 19.2 17 2 2.6 4 2 2.6 2
30 ~ 100 15 15 100 1020 15 100 1183 15 100 342 4 26.7 5 2 13.3 3 1 6.7 1
100 ~ 410 36 36 100 16009 36 100 19587 36 100 5440 34 94.4 236 19 52.8 40 23 63.9 121

1 Genome number, e.g., the number of genomes is 32 with the size of 2 ~ 5 kb; 2 Genome number with corresponding repeat class, e. g., there are 29 virus genomes from which mononucleotide SSRs were extracted in the genome range of 2 ~ 5 kb; 3 Ratio of G. N. R. to Geno. No.; 4 Observed value of corresponding SSRs, e. g., a total of 162 mononucleotide repeat motifs were extracted from the genome range of 2 ~ 5 kb.

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Zhao et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:435   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-435

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