Dataset.

Supplementary tables and figures "Past, present and future of the boundaries of the Pseudomonas genus: proposal of Stutzerimonas gen. nov."

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Lalucat, Jorge
  • Gomila, Margarita
  • Mulet, Magdalena
  • Zaruma, Anderson
  • García-Valdés, Elena
18 pages. -- The file contais 2 tables and 3 figures: Table S1. List of strains organized in groups following the core-genome phylogeny; genome characteristics and accession numbers; Table S2. List of the housekeeping genes (marked with dots) used for the reconstruction of the phylogenetic trees based on 120 universal gene sequences (Fig. S2), on 90 selected universal genes (Fig. 2) and 83 gene sequences selected in the autoMLST analysis and based (Fig. 3); Figure S1. 16S rRNA-based phylogenetic tree of the Pseudomonadaceae type strains analyzed in the present study. Sequences are 1,380 nt long. Distance matrix was generated by Jukes and Cantor method (JC) and the tree was reconstructed with neighbor-joining (NJ) as implemented in the MEGA package. Bootstrap values higher than 50 from 100 replicates are indicated in the nodes. To facilitate viewing, the tree has been divided into sections: the collapsed tree; Fig. S1a and S1b with the P. fluorescens, P. lutea, P. syringae and P. putida groups; Fig. S1c with the other phylogenetic groups.; Figure S2. Phylogenetic tree obtained at the AnnoTree web site, a web tool to facilitate visualization of genome annotations in which phylogenetic and taxonomy information is derived from the GTDB database. The tree was downloaded in Newick format and visualized with MEGA.; Figure S3. UPGMA dendrogram representing the POCP and AAI values of representative strains of the phylogenetic branches., Peer reviewed
 
DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/311157
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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY TABLES AND FIGURES "PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF THE BOUNDARIES OF THE PSEUDOMONAS GENUS: PROPOSAL OF STUTZERIMONAS GEN. NOV."

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Lalucat, Jorge
  • Gomila, Margarita
  • Mulet, Magdalena
  • Zaruma, Anderson
  • García-Valdés, Elena
18 pages. -- The file contais 2 tables and 3 figures: Table S1. List of strains organized in groups following the core-genome phylogeny; genome characteristics and accession numbers; Table S2. List of the housekeeping genes (marked with dots) used for the reconstruction of the phylogenetic trees based on 120 universal gene sequences (Fig. S2), on 90 selected universal genes (Fig. 2) and 83 gene sequences selected in the autoMLST analysis and based (Fig. 3); Figure S1. 16S rRNA-based phylogenetic tree of the Pseudomonadaceae type strains analyzed in the present study. Sequences are 1,380 nt long. Distance matrix was generated by Jukes and Cantor method (JC) and the tree was reconstructed with neighbor-joining (NJ) as implemented in the MEGA package. Bootstrap values higher than 50 from 100 replicates are indicated in the nodes. To facilitate viewing, the tree has been divided into sections: the collapsed tree; Fig. S1a and S1b with the P. fluorescens, P. lutea, P. syringae and P. putida groups; Fig. S1c with the other phylogenetic groups.; Figure S2. Phylogenetic tree obtained at the AnnoTree web site, a web tool to facilitate visualization of genome annotations in which phylogenetic and taxonomy information is derived from the GTDB database. The tree was downloaded in Newick format and visualized with MEGA.; Figure S3. UPGMA dendrogram representing the POCP and AAI values of representative strains of the phylogenetic branches., Peer reviewed




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