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Table 8 TEs that have a sRNA mapping to them are more likely to be methylated

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
sRNA+ sRNA− sRNA+ sRNA− sRNA+ sRNA− sRNA+ sRNA−
Small RNAs up-regulated in germinated spores
 TEs that are methylated (germinated spores) 82.5% 55% 54.5% 34.1% 75.1% 47.6% 26.3% 12.3%
 TEs that are methylated (late infection) 76.3% 50.9% 54.5% 31.3% 73.2% 45.2% 25.9% 11.2%
Small RNAs up-regulated in late infection
 TEs that are methylated (germinated spores) 80.3% 44.6% 61.4% 32.1% 82.9% 39.9% 66.2% 11.3%
 TEs that are methylated (late infection) 74.6% 41.1% 53.4% 29.7% 80.4% 37.6% 63.2% 10.3%
Small RNAs with no differential expression
 TEs that are methylated (germinated spores) 83.5% 54.7% 64% 34% 79.7% 47.2% 62.5% 12.2%
 TEs that are methylated (late infection) 77.4% 50.6% 56% 31.3% 77.4% 44.8% 61.7% 11.1%
Small RNAs with 22 nts and 5adenine
 TEs that are methylated (germinated spores) 82.1% 50.6% 65.7% 33.3% 86.3% 44.5% 57.4% 12.1%
 TEs that are methylated (late infection) 75.6% 46.9% 55.2% 30.7% 84.8% 42.1% 55% 11%
Average 79% 49.3% 58.1% 32.1% 80% 43.6% 52.3% 11.4%