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Fig. 1 | Microbiome

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From: Single-cell genomics of co-sorted Nanoarchaeota suggests novel putative host associations and diversification of proteins involved in symbiosis

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Genome-based phylogeny of phylum Nanoarchaeota. Heatmap of ANI, with Bayesian phylogeny based on the concatenated alignment of ribosomal proteins. ANI comparisons with alignment lengths less than 20 kb were set to 0% ANI. Only genomes with information in at least 20% of aligned sites were included in the phylogenetic tree, omitting genomes with insufficient information. Species-level clades derived from a combination of ANI, 16S rRNA gene similarity, and Bayesian phylogeny are delineated by black bars beside SAG or genome names. Bar labeled “N.ac.” denotes a clade formed by the cultivated species Nanopusillus acidilobi and a SAG. Clade 2 was derived from ANI and 16S rRNA gene similarity only; these genomes had insufficient ribosomal protein information for inclusion in the phylogeny. Genomes are colored by sampling location, and ** indicates a publicly available reference genome. Assembly size (bars) and estimated completeness (dashes) of Nanoarchaeota genomes are shown above the heatmap. Note that the reduced genomes of Nanoarchaeota result in estimated completeness < 100% even for closed genomes (e.g., N. equitans). Branches in the tree with a double slash have been re-scaled, and their actual branch lengths are shown in parentheses. Branch support values are indicated at tree nodes. Candidatus Mancarchaeum acidiphilum is included as an outgroup and is not part of phylum Nanoarchaeota

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