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Table 1 General genomic features of the obligatory and facultative symbionts of Bemisia tabaci used for the metabolic analysis

From: Modeling trophic dependencies and exchanges among insects’ bacterial symbionts in a host-simulated environment

Symbiont Host species Co-occurring symbionts Accession Coverage N50 (kb) Size (Mb) Number of Contigs CDSb Number of ECsc
Portiera MED-Q1-Spain HC [32] CP003835.1 41× [454, I]a 0.36 1 247 100
Cardinium MED-Q1-Spain PH [40] GCA_000689375.1 >  600× [454, I]a 612 1.01 11 + 1 739 112
Hamiltonella MED-Q1-China P [21] GCA_000258345.1 145 x [I]a 11.8 1.84 404 1806 398
Hamiltonella MEAM1-USA PR [71] http://www.whiteflygenomics.org NA[P, I]a 1.74 1 1695 434
Rickettsia sp. MEAM1-China PH [39] GCA_000265225.2 138×[I]a 8.5 1.22 219 1397 247
Rickettsia sp. MEAM1-USA PH [71] http://www.whiteflygenomics.org NA[P,I]a 1.38 1 1522 264
Wolbachia sp. MED-Q2-Israel PARW PRJEB15492 30×[454, I]a 6.3 1.25 297 1339 253
  1. P, C, H, R, W represent Portiera, Cardinium, Hamiltonella (both genomes), Rickettsia (both genomes) and Wolbachia, respectively
  2. aTechnology used for sequencing: 454 GS-FLX Titanium [454], Illumina [I] and PacBio [P]
  3. bNumber of CDS obtained using the JGI annotation pipeline
  4. cFollowing annotation, filtering and manual curation