Table 2.

Genes That Have Transposed with Their CNSs

Query TAIRNo. of CNSs5′ CNSs3′ CNSsIntronic CNSsHomoeolog of Query TAIRTransposed Best Hit TAIRNo. of CNSs Retained by TransposedTransposed CNS PositionTransposed CNS Distance
AT3G0566011AT5G27060AT2G1508015′<50 bp
AT3G2889015′<50 bp
AT3G1101015′<50 bp
AT4G1382015′6 kb (separated by two genes)
AT4G1388015′<50 bp
AT5G0721011AT5G62110AT2G2707015′<50 bp
AT1G6400022AT5G41570AT2G4613015′<50 bp
AT1G21140321AT1G76800AT3G4366015′<50 bp
AT3G2519015′<50 bp
AT1G6340011AT5G41170AT1G1262015′5 kb (separated by a gene)
AT4G31650523AT2G24650AT2G1399015′<50 bp
AT4G0026015′1 kb
AT2G2474815′800 bp
AT1G2668015′1 kb
AT4G3726012102AT2G23290AT3G5006025′300 bp, 100 bp
AT3G5573015′600 bp
AT5G1808011101AT3G03820near AT3G1382015′500 bp
AT1G1180315′500 bp
AT4G3885015′500 bp
AT2G2120013′100 bp
AT5G6694044AT3G50410AT4G3800015′<50 bp
  • The TAIR9 ID of the CNS-containing gene’s query sequence, its description, the numbers and types of CNSs it has, the TAIR ID of its homoeolog, the TAIR ID of its best hit, and the number, position, and distance of the best hit’s sequences corresponding to the query sequence’s CNSs. Most transposition events where a gene took with it a CNS from the donor site have taken or retained only one CNS. Most CNSs transposed are proximal to the 5′ start site. There are cases where one query gene has many possible best hits; the empty cells are placeholders.