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Table 1 Centromeres of Z. tritici

From: Histone modifications rather than the novel regional centromeres of Zymoseptoria tritici distinguish core and accessory chromosomes

Chr. Chr. length (bp) Cen start (bp) Cen stop (bp) Cen length (bp) Cen (% chr.) AT (%) Repeats in Cen (%) Cen location (% chr.)
Cen Chr.
1 6,088,797 3,839,299 3,851,749 12,450 0.20 56.3 46.9 28.2 37.0
2 3,860,111 5,12,901 5,21,916 9015 0.23 54.1 47.6 32.4 13.3
3 3,505,381 3,348,307 3,356,535 8228 0.23 50.4 47.4 0.0 4.4
4 2,880,011 2,17,113 2,26,545 9432 0.33 49.8 47.8 9.9 7.5
5 2,861,803 2,604,117 2,614,736 10,619 0.37 58.0 48.0 29.2 2.4
6 2,674,951 6,25,186 6,37,601 12,415 0.46 53.6 48.6 40.6 23.3
7 2,665,280 2,55,824 2,66,207 10,383 0.39 48.8 47.2 0.0 9.6
8 2,443,572 2,13,892 2,27,444 13,552 0.55 53.3 48.3 36.7 8.8
9 2,142,475 2,067,589 2,076,063 8474 0.40 53.6 48.5 0.5 3.0
10 1,682,575 99,716 1,09,365 9649 0.57 51.5 47.5 15.3 5.9
11 1,624,292 3,65,130 3,73,557 8427 0.52 59.8 47.2 44.2 22.5
12 1,462,624 1,80,233 1,88,209 7976 0.55 48.6 47.7 3.0 12.3
13 1,185,774 2,36,993 2,42,558 5565 0.47 47.3 48.0 0.5 19.9
14 7,73,098 59,960 70,870 10,910 1.41 46.8 51.5 28.5 7.8
15 6,39,501 3,82,500 3,94,754 12,254 1.92 50.3 49.0 18.9 40.2
16 6,07,044 3,32,004 3,42,592 10,588 1.74 57.2 48.5 36.0 37.3
17 5,84,099 4,06,958 4,18,893 11,935 2.04 57.6 48.0 26.1 29.8
18 5,73,698 1,59,000 1,71,999 12,999 2.27 51.9 50.8 3.2 27.9
19 5,49,847 1,48,227 1,59,387 11,160 2.03 54.5 48.7 0.8 27.0
20 4,72,105 94,677 1,05,169 10,492 2.22 45.9 48.5 9.5 20.1
21 4,09,213 3,40,264 3,46,657 6393 1.56 47.7 48.1 1.9 15.4
  1. Chromosome (Chr.) length, centromere (Cen) position (Cen Start and Cen Stop), Cen length are shown. The relative sizes of centromeres as fraction of chromosome lengths (Cen  % chr.) were determined by ChIP-seq analyses. Chromosomes 1 to 13 are considered core chromosomes, and Chr. 14 to 21 are considered accessory chromosomes. Note that the average size of centromeres is not different between core and accessory chromosomes. The centromeric and chromosomal AT and repeat content is shown. Note that the overall AT-content and that of the centromeric DNA between core and accessory chromosomes does not vary and that there are overall few repeats in Z. tritici centromeres. Centromeres of core chromosomes are closer to chromosome ends than those of accessory chromosomes (expressed as the percentage distance from the chromosome mid-point; Cen location as % of chromosome length)