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Fig. 3 | Standards in Genomic Sciences

Fig. 3

From: Genome sequence of Planktotalea frisia type strain (SH6-1T), a representative of the Roseobacter group isolated from the North Sea during a phytoplankton bloom

Fig. 3

Planktotalea frisia SH6-1T artificial circular chromosome map. Genome comparison of P.frisia SH6-1T with 6 genome sequenced members of the Pelagic Roseobacter Cluster [9]. Circles (from outside to inside): 1 and 2: Genes encoded by the leading and lagging strand of P.frisia SH6-1T marked in COG colors in the artificial chromosome map; 3–7: The presence of orthologous genes is indicated for the genomes of Rhodobacterales bacterium HTCC2083, Planktomarina temperata RCA23T, Rhodobacteraceae bacterium HIMB11, CHAB-I-5 SB2 and Rhodobacteraceae bacterium HTCC2255. The similarity of orthologous genes is illustrated in red to light yellow and singletons in grey (grey: >e− 10-1; light yellow: <e− 50- > e− 10; gold: <e− 50- > e− 90; light orange: <e− 90- > e− 100; orange: <e− 100- > e− 120; red: <e− 120-0). The two innermost circles represent the GC-content and the GC-skew

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