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Table 1 Genomic properties and isolation site characteristics of analyzed Shewanella species.

From: Genomic encyclopedia of sugar utilization pathways in the Shewanella genus

Genome Alias Total genes1 Sugar genes2 Sugar
pathways3
Isolation site characteristics
S.oneidensis MR-1 MR1 4318 56 4 Lake Oneida, NY, USA (sediment)
S.putrefaciens CN-32 CN32 3972 64 4 Albuquerque, NM, USA (subsurface)
S.putrefaciens W3-18-1 W3181 4044 64 4 Washington Coast, Pacific Ocean (sediment)
S.sp. ANA-3 ANA3 4111 87 7 Eel Pond, Woods Hole, MA, USA (brackish water)
S.sp. MR-4 MR4 3924 86 7 Black Sea (sea water - 5 m)
S.sp. MR-7 MR7 4006 92 8 Black Sea (sea water - 60 m)
S.baltica OS155 Sbal 4307 77 7 Baltic Sea (sea water - 90 m)
S.baltica OS185 OS185 4323 84 8 Baltic Sea (sea water - 120 m)
S.baltica OS195 OS195 4499 80 7 Baltic Sea (sea water - 140 m)
S.baltica OS223 OS223 4250 110 10 Baltic Sea (sea water - 120 m)
S.denitrificans OS217 Sden 3754 58 4 Baltic Sea (sea water - 120 m)
S.loihica PV-4 PV4 3859 59 5 Loihi Seamount, Pacific Ocean (hydrothermal vent)
S.amazonensis SB2B Sama 3645 89 6 Amazon River Delta, Brazil (sediment)
S.frigidimarina NCIMB 400 Sfri 4029 70 8 North Sea, coast of Aberdeen, UK (sea water)
S.piezotolerans WP-2 Spie 4933 68 6 West Pacific site (sediment - 1914 m)
S.pealeana ANG-SQ1 Spea 4241 71 6 Woods Hole harbor, MA, USA (squid gland)
S.halifaxens HAW-EB4 Shal 4278 59 5 Halifax Harbor, Nova Scotia, CA (sediment - 215 m)
S.sediminis HAW-EB3 Ssed 4497 47 3 Halifax Harbor, Nova Scotia, CA (sediment - 215 m)
S.woodyi ATCC 51908 Swoo 4880 84 7 Strait of Gibraltar, Mediterranean Sea (370 m)
  1. 1 protein coding genes
  2. 2 number of genes involved in the reconstructed sugar utilization pathways.
  3. 3 number of the reconstructed sugar utilization pathways.