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Table 1 SNP distribution among the M. truncatula chromosomes

From: The small RNA diversity from Medicago truncatularoots under biotic interactions evidences the environmental plasticity of the miRNAome

   Number of precursors Precursors with at least one SNP Precursors with at least one SNP in mature miRNA Precursors with a SNP at position 10 or 11 in mature miRNA
  SNP number Total Conserved Novel Total Conserved Novel Total Conserved Novel Total Conserved Others
Chr 1 198,291 27 9 18 11 4 7 2 0 2 0   
Chr 2 266,911 54 5 49 28 4 24 6 0 6 2   2
Chr 3 317,117 61 7 54 24 7 17 8 0 8 0   
Chr 4 302,215 78 7 71 32 5 27 14 0 14 3   3
Chr 5 462,047 92 18 74 44 12 32 12 3 9 2 1 1
Chr 6 140,777 45 2 43 16 1 15 7 0 7 0   
Chr 7 312,760 82 7 75 49 3 46 19 1 18 3   3
Chr 8 227,898 46 6 40 21 4 17 6 0 6 0   
Chr 0 88,473 44 5 39 6 2 4 2 2 0 0   
Total 2,316,489 529 66 463 231 42 189 76 6 70 10 1 9
       Percentage of precursors   Percentage of precursors   Percentage of precursors
       63.6 40.8   9.1 15.1   1.5 1.9
          Percentage of polymorphic precursors   Percentage of polymorphic precursors
          14.3 37.0   16.7 12.9
  1. First column indicates the chromosome number. For each chromosome, the total number of SNPs, precursors, precursors with at least one SNP, precursors with at least one SNP in the mature miRNA sequence and precursors with a SNP at position 10 or 11 in mature miRNA are indicated for the conserved or novel miRNAs. Below, the percentage of precursors in each category is shown.