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% coding/repeat/unique in Arabidopsis

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Old 09-24-2007, 05:32 PM
Gretchen Feulner
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I am doing a comparison of Arabidopsis to members of the Solanaceae family.
I know Arabidopsis has ~27K protein coding genes in its 119Mbp of DNA, but
what percentage of the 27K are unique genes? How much of the genome is
considered to be non-coding? How much is considered repetitive?

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