I'm trying to wrap my head around the diversity of functions in a genome. Obviously, you've got coding and non-coding regions. But within "non-coding" regions, it seems to be a "wild west" to me. Transposable elements, SINEs, LINEs, transposons, retrotransposons, introns, promotors, etc. Have we annotated genomes enough to have a comprehensive list of the types of non-coding sequences?
It'd be really helpful for me to have a list of the types of non-coding sequences and sub-categories (where relevant). Wikipedia seems to break out a list but the figure on the same page for the human genome doesn't match. Can anyone provide a good reference for how to categorize non-coding sequences?