Organelle DNA sequences (including their lengths (genome size), GenBank accession numbers, and noncoding DNA contents)

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Organism Eukaryotes
Reference Smith DR, Crosby K, Lee RW. Correlation between nuclear plastid DNA abundance and plastid number supports the limited transfer window hypothesis. Genome Biol Evol. 2011 3: 365-71. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evr001. Supplementary data pp.5-7 Supplementary Table S2PubMed ID21292629
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Method P.369 right column bottom paragraph: "The sources and references for the nuclear genome sequences employed in this study, as well the GenBank accession numbers, when available, are shown in supplementary table S1 (Supplementary Material online). All nuclear DNA data came from publicly available sources. The organelle DNA sequences (including their lengths, GenBank accession numbers, and noncoding DNA contents) used as queries for BlastN searches against nuclear genomes are listed in supplementary table S2 (Supplementary Material online). Some of the organelle DNA sequences that were used in this study are not deposited in GenBank but are available for download online from the given genome project Web site (Supplementary table S2, Supplementary Material online)."
Comments P.366 left column bottom paragraph: "Testing the Limited Transfer Window Hypothesis: To assess a genome for NUPTs [nuclear plastid DNA-like sequences], at least two things are required: complete nuclear DNA and ptDNA sequence data. [Investigators] found 30 species for which both these statistics are available, including 13 land plants, 7 green algae, 5 apicomplexans, 3 stramenopiles, 1 haptophyte, and 1 red alga (table 1 BNID 112652). The sources for these genome sequence data are listed in supplementary tables S1 and S2 (Supplementary Material online)." See notes beneath table
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