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Table 7 Young TEs preferentially overlap with late wave sRNAs both inside and outside the centromeres

From: The stem rust fungus Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici induces centromeric small RNAs during late infection that are associated with genome-wide DNA methylation

  Young TEs in centromeres Old TEs in centromeres Young TEs not in centromeres Old TEs not in centromeres
TEs that are sRNA+ (germinated spores) 97 (4.1%) 22 (0.4%) 1158 (3.4%) 738 (0.6%)
TEs that are sRNA+ (early infection) 44 (1.9%) 12 (0.2%) 495 (1.5%) 233 (0.2%)
TEs that are sRNA+ (late infection) 767 (32.3%) 363 (7.1%) 6663 (20.1%) 2466 (1.9%)
TEs that are sRNA+ (no DE) 115 (4.8%) 25 (0.5%) 1404 (4.2%) 512 (0.4%)
TEs that are sRNA+ (22 nts with 5′ A) 418 (17.6%) 143 (2.8%) 3194 (9.7%) 693 (0.5%)