) DNA G C content (bp) Quantity of replicons Extra-chromosomal elements Total
Number of genes linked together with the 25 common COG functional categories Code Worth age Description J A K L B D Y V T M N Z W U O C G E F H I P Q R S 208 1 352 162 1 42 48 332 275 159 1 140 156 230 265 439 90 177 152 268 122 515 388 1,008 four.60 0.02 7.78 three.58 0.02 0.93 1.06 7.34 six.08 3.52 0.02 3.10 three.45 5.09 5.86 9.71 1.99 3.91 three.36 five.93 2.70 11.39 eight.58 20.08 Translation RNA processing and modification Transcription Replication, recombination and repair Chromatin structure and dynamics Cell cycle control, mitosis and meiosis Nuclear structure Defense mechanisms Signal transduction mechanisms Cell wall/membrane biogenesis Cell motility Cytoskeleton Extracellular structures Intracellular trafficking and secretion Posttranslational modification, protein turnover, chaperones Energy production and Nder regular atmospheric temperature and stress, that are emitted by expanding conversion Carbohydrate transport and metabolism Amino acid transport and metabolism Nucleotide transport and metabolism Coenzyme transport and metabolism Lipid transport and metabolism Inorganic ion transport and metabolism Secondary metabolites biosynthesis, transport and catabolism Basic function prediction only Function unknown Not in COGshttp://standardsingenomics.orgPseudomonas syringae pathovar syringae strain BFigure 2. From outdoors towards the center: genes on forward strand (colored by COG categories), genes on reverse strand (colored by COG categories), RNA genes: tRNAs - green, rRNAs - red, other RNAs - black, GC content material, and GC skew The authors would prefer to thank Dr. Daria Zhurina for her valuable ideas around the gap closure and also the annotation procedures. This project was supported by theAcknowledgementsSwiss National Science Foundation (31003A-134936) and the Foundation for Analysis in Science and the Humanities at the University of Zurich. two.) DNA G+C content material (bp) Quantity of replicons Extra-chromosomal components PubMed ID:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24756377 Total genes Protein-coding genes RNA genes rRNA genes 5S rRNA 16S rRNA 23S rRNA tRNA genes rRNA operons Pseudo-genes Protein coding genes with function prediction without function predictiona Protein coding genes with COGs with KOGs with Pfam with TIGRfam in paralog clusters Proteins with signal peptides Proteins with transmembrane helicesa asyringofactin, type VI pili, huge surface adhesins, siderophores pyoverdine and achromobactin, proteases as well as other secreted hydrolytic enzymes, RND-type transporters (which includes putative mexAB, mexCD, mexEF, and mexMN homologs [60,61]), all of which are identified in other P. syringae strains. It is also notable that inaZ gene encoding icenucleation protein is truncated by a frameshift, therefore producing this strain ice-negative. The latter contradicts benefits of a previous study by Hwang and colleagues  in which Pss B64 has been identified to become ice-positive. This could possibly be on account of an assembly error, or the frameshift could have been introduced at a later point through propagation.Worth five,930,035 56,737 5,146,184 three,472,195 1 0 five,021 four,869 74 13 five 4 4 61 4 78 4,200 669 4,013 1,698 four,256 1,641 3,933 511 1,112 of Total 100.00 0.96 86.78 58.55 one hundred.00 96.97 1.47 0.26 0.10 0.08 0.08 1.21 1.55 83.65 13.32 79.92 33.82 84.76 32.68 78.33 10.18 22.excluding pseudo-genes; consequently percentage values differ from those displayed at the IMG/ER Standards in Genomic SciencesDudnik et al.