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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Insights from the genome of Ophiocordyceps polyrhachis-furcata to pathogenicity and host specificity in insect fungi

Fig. 3

Expansions of proteases among six entomopathogenic fungi including O. polyrhachis-furcata. a The distribution of proteases families among the six entomopathogenic fungi included in this study. b A maximum likelihood-based unrooted phylogenetic tree illustrating the relation between orthologous proteins of subtilisins (S08 and S53). c A maximum likelihood-based unrooted phylogenetic tree illustrating the relation between orthologous proteins of aspatyl proteases (A01). The sequences labels; colored following insect fungi species: red = O. polyrhachis-furcata (OPF), brown = B. bassiana (BEUBAS), green = M. robertsii (METANI), dark blue = M. acridum (METACR), light blue = C. militaris (CORMIL), pink = O. sinensis (OPSINE); are written in the form of cluster id._fungal species_sequences id. The cluster identities were obtained inferred according to Inparanoid/QuickParanoid [38, 39]

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