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Table 2 Metrics of the A. vulgare metagenome assemblies

From: Lignocellulose degradation at the holobiont level: teamwork in a keystone soil invertebrate

Origin N Gender Wolbachia Tissues No. of reads No. of contigs N50 % reads used No. of predicted ORFs1 No. of LDC*
Laboratory 7 M Tissue samples* 93,016,946 545,551 575 79.3 173,550 1
Laboratory 7 M Hindgut 151,479,496 862,485 745 85.2 300,044 1
Laboratory 7 M Gut content 44,025,120 181,858 490 60.5 77,326 135
Laboratory 8 F Tissue samples* 115,690,244 617,032 638 82.6 198,980 0
Laboratory 8 F Hindgut 213,961,342 919,075 727 86.1 309,351 4
Laboratory 8 F Gut content 85,069,086 460,039 516 70 165,226 92
Laboratory 7 F + Tissue samples* 136,360,100 714,448 647 84.5 238,023 32
Laboratory 7 F + Hindgut 196,487,170 960,311 760 90 321,849 6
Laboratory 7 F + Gut content 61,471,292 284,429 502 65.1 101,524 72
Availles 10 M Tissue samples* 133,995,390 708,519 707 85.7 229,060 2
Availles 10 M Hindgut 211,001,880 857,462 747 87.7 286,800 7
Availles 10 M Gut content 36,755,870 19,887 513 10.1 20,111 46
Availles 10 F + Tissue samples* 144,043,638 692,481 658 85.7 230,975 13
Availles 10 F + Hindgut 212,185,430 920,773 814 90.4 314,895 17
Availles 10 F + Gut content 55,605,558 200,488 452 52.7 67,468 36
  1. LDC, lignocellulose-degrading CAZymes
  2. *Tissue samples: caeca, nerve cords, gonads, and hemolymph
  3. 1ORFs, predicted ORFs after filtering