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Fig. 3 | Standards in Genomic Sciences

Fig. 3

From: Complete genome sequence of “Thiodictyon syntrophicum” sp. nov. strain Cad16T, a photolithoautotrophic purple sulfur bacterium isolated from the alpine meromictic Lake Cadagno

Fig. 3

Schematic representation of the complete genome sequence of “Thiodictyon syntrophicum” sp. nov. strain Cad16T and gene classification according to the COG criteria. The genome comprises one circular chromosome (a) and two circular plasmids, pTs485 (b) and pTs417 (c). Beginning with the outermost circle, tracks are shown in the order of: (1) predicted PGC on pTs485 (green), (2) CRISPR arrays on the chromosome and pTs485 (alternating in blue and red) (3) protein coding genes on forward strand colored according to COG categories, (4) CDS (blue), tRNA (orange) and rRNA (violet) on forward strand, (5) CDS (blue), tRNA (orange) and rRNA (violet) on reverse strand, (6) protein coding genes on reverse strand colored according to COG categories, (7) GC content (black), (8) positive and negative GC skew (green and purple, respectively) and (9) genome region by kbp. GCView [63] was used to create this genome map

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