Data from: Transcriptionally active LTR retrotransposons in Eucalyptus genus are differentially expressed and insertionally polymorphic

Helena Sanchez Marcon, Douglas Silva Domingues, Juliana Costa Silva, Rafael Junqueira Borges, Fábio Filippi Matioli, Marcos Roberto De Mattos Fontes & Celso Luis Marino
Background: In Eucalyptus genus, studies on genome composition and transposable elements (TEs) are particularly scarce. Nearly half of the recently released Eucalyptus grandis genome is composed by retrotransposons and this data provides an important opportunity to understand TE dynamics in Eucalyptus genome and transcriptome. Results: We characterized nine families of transcriptionally active LTR retrotransposons from Copia and Gypsy superfamilies in Eucalyptus grandis genome and we depicted genomic distribution and copy number in two Eucalyptus species....
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