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Table 2 Estimation of absolute genome size data of Arabidopsis taxa

From: Taming the wild: resolving the gene pools of non-model Arabidopsislineages

  N 1Cx-value (pg) (SD) Expected genome size Calculated genome size1
Arabidopsis thaliana (Columbia) (2×) 4 0.173 (0.010) 135 Mbp(1) (1)set as reference
Arabidopsis croatica (2×) 2 0.225 (0.007)   176 Mbp
Arabidopsis arenicola (2×) 4 0.260 (0.008)   203 Mbp
Arabidopsis lyrata (2×) (Europe) 4 0.270 (0.005)   210 Mbp
Arabidopsis lyrata (2×) (North America) 8 0.274 (0.007) 207 Mbp(2) 214 Mbp
Arabidopsis lyrata (4×) 4 0.238 (0.005)   371 Mbp
Arabidopsis halleri ssp. halleri (2×) 10 0.266 (0.010)   207 Mbp
Arabidopsis halleri ssp. gemmifera (2×) 6 0.270 (0.004)   211 Mbp
Arabidopsis kamchatica (4×) 2 0.235 (0.007)   367 Mbp
Arabidopsis arenosa (4×) 6 0.237 (0.005)   370 Mbp
Arabidopsis cebennensis (2×) 22 0.281 (0.010)   219 Mbp
Arabidopsis pedemontana (2×) 6 0.277 (0.005)   216 Mbp
  1. Genome sizes measured as 1Cx-values in pg. Arabidopsis thaliana was used as absolute reference of genome size (1135 Mbp, TAIR: http://www.arabidopsis.org) with standard deviation (SD) provided. All genome size data were extrapolated as haploid genome size (1C) accordingly to achieve absolute genome sizes in Mbp. Arabidopsis lyrata from North America served as second and independent control since its genome has been also sequenced and fully annotated 2(207 Mbp [46]). Ploidy level is given in brackets after the respective taxon name. (N: number of individuals analyzed).