Table 2 Summary of largest scaffolds in giant sequoia 2.0
Scaffold IDLength (bp)Centromere?Number of telomeresNumber of gapsTotal gap length (bp, estimated)
chr1986,618,365Y14415441,500
chr2873,713,311Y23812877,827
chr3843,110,718Y13788378,800
chr4722,823,090Y23028666,733
chr5690,549,816Y22902382,479
chr6676,903,824Y130051,306,128
chr7659,235,867Y22790279,000
chr8649,867,199Y22953295,300
chr9641,211,466Y127071,748,814
chr10632,191,860Y22642339,803
chr11443,565,592Y218851,006,377
Sc7zsyj_3574171,454,409N17311,052,509
  • Summary of largest scaffolds in giant sequoia 2.0, showing that the 11 largest scaffolds represent near-complete chromosomes. All chromosomes other than these top 12 were less than 1 Mbp in length. Number of gaps and total gap length are shown in the final two columns; small gaps of unknown size were assigned a size of 100 bp. Where all gaps fell into this category, the total gap length is the number of gaps x 100.