[Arabidopsis] arabidopsis genome - urgent

Eva Huala via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by huala from acoma.stanford.edu)
Wed Feb 20 13:09:19 EST 2008


Hi Frédéric,

The TAIR7 release contains a total of 32,041 genes including 26,819 
nuclear-encoded protein-coding genes, 1054 nuclear genes encoding RNAs, 
3,889 nuclear pseudogenes and transposon genes and 279 genes encoded by 
the chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes.

Here's a citation for the TAIR7 genome release:

Swarbreck et al. (2008) The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR): 
gene structure and function annotation. Nucleic Acids Research 
36:D1009-D1014

You can download it from http://arabidopsis.org/about/D1009.pdf

For the TAIR6 and TAIR7 releases there was no change to the assembly so 
the size of the genome remains the same as for TIGR5. The 5 nuclear 
chromosomes have a total size of 118,998 Mb as described for the TIGR5 
release:

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?tool=pubmed&pubmedid=15784138

Eva

Vigneault wrote:
> http://arabidopsis.org/portals/genAnnotation/genome_snapshot.jsp
> 
> 115,409,949 bp (source unkown, but sometime in 2005)
> 119,186,497 bp (TIGR 2007)
> 134, 634,692 bp (TAIR 2007)
> 5 chromosomes
> 26,819 protein coding genes (on these 5 chr, according to TAIR 7.0) 
> 
> These numbers only take into account the nuclear chromosomes. 
> 
> Fred
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