Supplementary Material for: Novel Repeated DNAs in the Antarctic Polyplacophoran <b><i>Nuttallochiton</i></b> <b><i>mirandus </i></b>(Thiele, 1906)

Within the scope of a project on the characterization of satellite DNAs in polar mollusks, the Antarctic chiton <i>Nuttallochiton</i><i>mirandus</i> (Thiele, 1906) was analyzed. Two novel families of tandemly repeated DNAs, namely NmH and NmP, are described in their structure and chromosomal localization, and, furthermore, their presence was analyzed in related species. Data reported here display a particular variability in the structural organization of DNA satellites within this species. Processes driving satellite evolution, which are likely responsible for the intriguing variability of the identified satellite DNAs, are discussed.