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Table 2 Information of bacterial isolation, pathogenicity type and genome assembly statistics for X. translucens strains

From: Long read and single molecule DNA sequencing simplifies genome assembly and TAL effector gene analysis of Xanthomonas translucens

Strain name Isolation Pathogenicity typec Assembly statistics
Year Host origin Place Contig number Genome size (bp) N50 (bp) Maximum contig length (bp)
Strains used in this study
 XT-4699a 1999 Wheat KS,USA A 1 4,561,137 NA NA
 XT-Rocky 2009 Wheat KS,USA A 521 4,459,068 21,643 85,632
 XT8 1942 Barley Canada B 152 4,617,556 79,563 279,321
 XT123 1952 Barley Canada A 344 4,284,749 28,687 135,676
 XT130 1939 NA Canada A 329 4,654,290 95,229 230,109
 XT5523b 1966 Wheat Canada A 330 4,665,768 111,158 270,930
 XT5770 NA NA Canada A 533 4,617,837 27,152 149,044
 XT5791 1969 Wheat Canada A 738 4,719,363 62,926 185,369
 B1 2013 Barley ND,USA B 642 4,824,098 28,186 96,565
 B2 2013 Barley ND,USA B 283 4,503,259 38,929 154,569
 P3 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 161 4,522,131 78,928 240,099
 LW16 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 325 4,600,125 33,769 145,918
 LB5 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 434 4,766,161 111,172 269,877
 LB10 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 157 4,543,985 98,403 211,728
 LG48 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 293 4,486,555 38,250 111,281
 LG54 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 213 4,623,672 123,210 274,463
 CS2 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 285 4,722,832 85,714 207,734
 CS22 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 129 4,605,395 95,219 274,395
 CR31 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 386 4,720,715 62,461 158,913
 CS4 2009 Wheat ND,USA A 498 4,779,534 37,460 107,554
Strains from references
 CFBP2541b 1941 Bromegrass USA A 31 4,515,938 1,399,657 1,809,000
 DSM18974b 1933 Barley MN,USA B 551 4,463,577 13,041 55,714
 DAR61454 1988 Wheat Australia A 404 4,452,091 27,210 121,856
 ART-Xtg29 NA Forage grass Switzerland C 788 4,100,864 8376 37,754
  1. NA means not available or not applicable
  2. aindicates genome assembly with PacBio long-read sequencing
  3. bType strains
  4. cStrains virulent on wheat and barley are classified as pathogenicity type A, strains virulent only on barley are considered as type B and strains virulent on forage grass are assigned to type C