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Table 1 Features of the Steinernema draft genomes

From: Comparative genomics of Steinernema reveals deeply conserved gene regulatory networks

  S. carpocapsae S. scapterisci S. feltiae S. glaseri S. monticolum
Estimated genome size (Mb) 85.6 79.4 82.4 92.9 89.3
N50 (bp) 299,566 90,783 47,472 37,444 11,556
N90 (bp) 54,505 15,213 7,098 7,610 2,984
N10 (bp) 979,322 496,671 303,346 112,910 31,326
Number of scaffolds 1,578 2,877 5,839 7,515 14,331
GC content (%) 45.53 47.98 46.99 47.63 42.01
N content (Mb) 2.39 0.76 2.76 3.37 4.34
N content (%) 2.80 0.96 3.36 3.64 4.87
Maximum scaffold size (bp) 1,722,607 1,149,164 1,470,990 339,094 110,081
Number of Augustus-predicted genes 28,313 31,378 33,459 34,143 36,007
Number of Augustus-predicted transcripts 31,944 33,149 36,434 37,120 38,381
Average gene length (bp) 2,030 1,842 1,730 1,855 1,604
Average intron length (bp) 194 153 154 218 161
Average exon length (bp) 212 224 220 216 217
Average intergenic distance (bp) 1,105 723 746 930 761
Average number of exons per gene 5 4 4 4 4
Average number of introns per gene 4 3 3 3 3
GC content in coding regions (%) 51.86 51.92 51.08 53.68 46.92
Number of genes with no introns 4676 5611 6230 7521 6171
Repeat content (%) 7.46 2.75 6.70 5.34 10.49