Orthology analysis and the distribution of the S. rhizophila -specific CDSs with regard to cellular functions. a: Venn diagram showing the number of CDSs shared between the three strains. S. rhizophila DSM14405T was used as the reference genome. 3171 and 3149 CDSs are shared between S. rhizophila and S. maltophilia R551-3 and K279a, respectively. 3049 CDSs are shared between all three strains, as a trio-analysis of the three genomes revealed. 762 CDSs are absent in both S. maltophilia R551-3 and S. maltophilia K279a, and hence unique to S. rhizophila. b: Diagram showing the percentage distribution of the 762 S. rhizophila-specific CDSs with regard to the predicted cellular functions. Most of these are hypothetical genes (71.26%) or CDSs of general function (4.46%). Other S. rhizophila-unique genes showing a relative abundance are involved in carbohydrate transport and metabolism (4.07%), and cell wall, outer membrane, and cytoplasmic membrane biogenesis (3.02%).