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Table 2 Information-rich genera and the top 20 most abundant genera derived from SNP hot springs water

From: Metabolic characteristics of dominant microbes and key rare species from an acidic hot spring in Taiwan revealed by metagenomics

Rank in abundance Information-rich generaa Top 20 most abundant genera identified by 16S rDNA analysis
1 Hydrogenobaculum 5.73 % Hydrogenobaculum 86.31 %
2 Vulcanisaeta 3.64 % Nanoarchaeum 0.99 %
3 Thermoproteus 2.82 % Acidithiobacillus 0.85 %
4 Caldisphaera 2.66 % Thermoproteus 0.67 %
5 Sulfolobus 2.43 % Caldisphaera 0.47 %
6 Caldivirga 2.39 % Thiomonas 0.26 %
7 Acidithiobacillus 2.17 % Acidicaldus 0.23 %
8 Thiomonas 1.66 % Sulfurisphaera 0.21 %
9 Metallosphaera 1.50 % Acidianus 0.17 %
10    Caldivirga 0.16 %
11    Metallosphaera 0.16 %
12    Vulcanisaeta 0.16 %
13    Thiobacillus 0.14 %
14    Sulfolobus 0.12 %
15    Stygiolobus 0.11 %
16    Thermocladium 0.10 %
17    Pyrobaculum 0.05 %
18    Desulfurella 0.04 %
19    Acidimicrobium 0.02 %
20    Propionibacterium 0.02 %
  1. aGenera contained the relative abundance of contigs exceeding 1 %
  2. The name in bold represents the genus share between two lists