Table 5

Codon usage (codon frequency relative to each amino acid) for Nuphar (Nuad) and Ranunculus (Rama).

Nuad

Rama

Nuad

Rama

Nuad

Rama

Nuad

Rama


F

TTT

59.0

67.0

S

TCT

27.0

27.3

Y

TAT

77.6

80.1

C

TGT

66.2

76.7

F

TTC

41.0

33.0

S

TCC

17.0

16.6

Y

TAC

22.4

19.9

C

TGC

33.8

23.3

L

TTA

28.6

32.6

S

TCA

21.2

19.4

*

TAA

40.5

48.4

*

TGA

30.4

25.3

L

TTG

21.3

21.0

S

TCG

8.1

10.1

*

TAG

29.1

26.4

W

TGG

100.0

100.0

L

CTT

19.7

21.4

P

CCT

37.4

37.0

H

CAT

75.4

75.0

R

CGT

21.1

22.8

L

CTC

7.4

6.2

P

CCC

21.7

21.1

H

CAC

24.6

25.0

R

CGC

7.8

7.5

L

CTA

14.7

12.7

P

CCA

28.9

28.0

Q

CAA

71.7

75.5

R

CGA

21.5

22.5

L

CTG

8.3

6.0

P

CCG

12.1

13.8

Q

CAG

28.3

24.5

R

CGG

7.3

7.1

I

ATT

47.1

51.9

T

ACT

39.7

37.8

N

AAT

77.4

77.4

S

AGT

20.6

20.7

I

ATC

22.1

15.9

T

ACC

20.6

18.1

N

AAC

22.6

22.6

S

AGC

6.1

6.0

I

ATA

30.8

32.2

T

ACA

28.3

31.6

K

AAA

71.3

75.2

R

AGA

30.1

29.0

M

ATG

100.0

100.0

T

ACG

11.3

12.5

K

AAG

28.7

24.8

R

AGG

12.3

11.1

V

GTT

35.1

37.9

A

GCT

45.9

41.5

D

GAT

78.7

78.7

G

GGT

34.5

34.2

V

GTC

12.7

10.7

A

GCC

15.5

16.1

D

GAC

21.3

21.3

G

GGC

10.3

9.2

V

GTA

36.1

38.5

A

GCA

27.4

29.0

E

GAA

72.8

71.9

G

GGA

38.0

38.6

V

GTG

16.1

12.9

A

GCG

11.2

13.4

E

GAG

27.2

28.1

G

GGG

17.1

17.9


Codons shown in bold complement the anticodons of the tRNAs encoded in the chloroplast genome. Frequencies shown in bold indicate the most common codon (where synonymous codons exist for that amino acid or termination).

Raubeson et al. BMC Genomics 2007 8:174   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-8-174

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