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Figure 3

From: Architecture and functions of a multipartite genome of the methylotrophic bacterium Paracoccus aminophilus JCM 7686, containing primary and secondary chromids

Figure 3

Prophage-like regions and transposable elements within the P. aminophilus JCM 7686 genome. The putative CDSs, colored according to their category, are shown by arrows representing their direction of transcription. (A) Genetic organization and comparison of the prophage-like regions within the P. aminophilus genome. Predicted gene clusters contain lysogeny, replication, structural and lysis-associated phage genes. The gray-shaded areas connect regions of prophages sharing ≥95% nucleotide sequence identity. (B) Genetic organization of the putative gene transfer agent (GTA) region. (C) Genetic organization of the insertion sequences and non-composite transposon Tn3434 a of P. aminophilus. The families and names of the identified TEs are shown in the table. Inverted repeats (IRL – left IR; IRR – right IR) flanking ISs are marked by black vertical bars.

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