||Wheat Triticum aestivum
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||Researchers sequenced an unfiltered genomic shotgun (trs) and a methylation–filtration (tmf) library of A. tauschii, and analyzed wheat expressed sequence tags (ESTs) to estimate the expression of genes and transposable elements (TEs).
||DNA transposons and related sequences constituted 13.3% of the genome, the second largest repeated fraction of retro elements, the largest being LTR retrotransposons, accounting for 51.2% of the genome. See fig. 1A.