Genomic contexts for carbohydrate metabolism synologs in A. vinelandii DJ with ≥ 90 % identity. The figure shows that the highly similar A. vinelandii DJ carbohydrate metabolism synologs identified in this study are found in differing genomic contexts. Synologs are here defined as intra-genome sequences assigned to the same FIGfam in the SEED database  and a threshold was set to include only synologs displaying at least 90% protein sequence identity. Synolog groups are highlighted as same-coloured arrows. Striped arrows represent other genes annotated as carbohydrate metabolism genes, checkered arrows represent genes annotated as aromatic compounds metabolism genes, meshed arrows represent genes annotated as electron transport genes, white arrows represent genes annotated as belonging to other functional categories, and dotted arrows represent genes annotated as encoding hypothetical proteins or proteins of unknown function. Genes that had not been assigned a gene name in the annotated A. vinelandii DJ genome are marked with the number corresponding to their respective geneIDs, which in the genome annotation are written on the form Avin#####.