A. succinogenes uptake and degradation pathways for sugars other than glucose. See additional file 2: Table S1 for more details. Arrow and number colors: black, product function assumed; green, putative function assumed; blue, probable function assumed; red, possible function assumed. Bold arrows, glycolytic and pentose phosphate pathways as described in Figure 2 and additional file 2: Table S3; Outer-membrane triangle, maltoporin. Numbers refer to enzymes or transporters described in additional file 2: Table S1. Metabolites: 5K4DG, 5-dehydro-4-deoxy-D-glucarate; 5 KG, 5-ketogluconate; Ara, L-arabinose; A6P, ascorbate-6-phosphate; DHAP, dihydroxyacetone phosphate; F1P, fructose-1-phosphate; Frc, fructose; Gal, galactose; Gal1P, galactose-1-phosphate; Galte, galactarate; Glcte, glucarate; Gly, glycerol; Gte, gluconate; Gt6P, gluconate-6-phosphate; G1P, glucose-1-phosphate; βG6P, β-glucoside-6-phosphate; Gt6P, gluconate-6-phosphate; Ido, idonate; KDPG, 2-keto-3-deoxy-6-phosphogluconate; Lac, lactose; Mal, maltose; Man6P, mannose-6-phosphate; MOH1P, mannitol-1-phosphate; Pec, pectin; Rib, ribose; Ribu, ribulose; S6P, sucrose-6-phosphate; SOH6P, sorbitol-1-phosphate; Xyl, xylose; Xylu, xylulose. Other abbreviations are as in Figure 2.