TABLE 1

Fragments sequenced

PositionLengthExonsGeneFunction
151847-152427571(-355)-270, 480-(831)F5I10.20Unknown
207611-208160550(-1570)-(1039)F5I10.24Unknown
233725-234540816655-(959)F6N23.19Putative myb-like DNA-binding protein
255107-25555645039-136, 246-(504)F6N23.28Putative tetrahydrofolate synthase
264109-26463252416-135, 242-301, 400-(532)F6N23.15Putative potassium/H+ antiporter
264638-265102465(-129)-3, 185-321F6N23.15Putative potassium/H+ antiporter
268125-268682558(-98)-(840)F6N23.25FRI
269509-2705791115112-759F6N23.25FRI
273320-2743381019319-626, 790-850F6N23.6Putative RNA helicase
282466-282971506NoneIntergenic
300982-301526545223-429, 516-(617)F6N23.10Unknown
301539-302035497(-41)-60, 143-(697)F6N23.10Unknown
376411-376940530NoneIntergenic
596659-597130447(-136)-33, 121-362F3D13.3Unknown
  • All coordinates are based on the available Col sequence. The positions of predicted exons are given with respect to the relevant fragment. Gene designations are based on bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs): F5I10.20 refers to gene 20 on BAC F5I20, for example. See http://www.tigr.org for details.