TABLE 1 

M. florum strains and genome sequencing overview

StrainGenBank
accession
no.
Genome
size (bp)
% GCNo. of
gaps
No. of
protein-
coding
genes
No. of
functional
RNAs
No. of
accessory
genes
Genome
coding
percentage
CollectionSourceReference
or source
L1AE017263.1793,22427.006853513693.9FloridaCitrus limon25
W37CP006778.1825,82427.007313517993.3Gibson
City, IL
Solidago sp.32
BARC 787CP022514738,51227.106513510294.0Beltsville,
MD
Unspecified
insect
Unpublisheda,d
MQ3CP022512793,27727.006983514694.2MarylandMonobia quadriens34
CnuA-2CP022513813,80127.007103515893.9MarylandColeoptera:
Cantharidae
33
MouA-2CP022508781,09927.006853513493.5Beltsville,
MD
Vespid waspUnpublisheda,e
W23CP022505773,88527.106883513794.1North
Platte,
NE
Helianthus annuus32
BARC 786CP022510765,66027.41b6693511993.5Beltsville,
MD
BeetleUnpublisheda,d
BARC 781CP022511803,94827.11b6913513992.9Beltsville,
MD
BeetleUnpublisheda,d
GFCP022509792,34727.02b,c6993514794.0FloridaCitrus paradisi25
W17CP022507787,10727.43c6933514092.6Pawnee
National
Grassland,
CO
Aster sp.32
W20CP022506830,64027.04b,c7403518792.5Ogallala,
NE
Aster simplex32
W12CP022432829,20227.04b,c7343518193.3Kremmling,
CO
Chrysothamnus sp.32
  • a Gail E. Gasparich and Robert E. Davis, personal communication.

  • b Gaps containing tandem repeats.

  • c Gaps linked to gene duplications.

  • d Isolated by R. Whitcomb in 1986.

  • e Isolated by T. Clark and K. Hackett in 1986.