Table S1. Functional annotations and corresponding sequences for the genomes of (A-C) Ca. E. dacicola – three available assemblies, (D) Tatumella sp. TA1 and (E) Enterobacter sp. OLF, as well as for (F) the transcriptome of Ca. E. dacicola (ribosomal RNAs excluded). The annotations come from RAST subsystems.
Table S2. GenBank accession numbers and metadata for sequences used in phylogenetic analyses. (A) Whole genome sequences used for ortholog picking and phylogenetic reconstruction of the species and reference trees (B) Amino acid sequences used for the ureC gene tree.
Table S3. Presence and expression of genes related to nitrogen assimilation in Ca. E. dacicola and Tatumella sp. TA1. (A) Urea hydrolysis and nitrogen recycling pathways (B) Amino acid biosynthetic pathways.
Table S4. Functional annotation of (A-C) Ca. E. dacicola - three available assemblies, (D) Tatumella sp. TA1 and (E) Enterobacter sp. OLF genomes for extracellular surface structure components, by assignment of genes to the KEGG category “Membrane Transport” using RAST subsystems.
Functional genomics of a symbiotic community: shared traits in the olive fruit fly gut microbiota
Frances Blow1,2, Anastasia Gioti3*, Ian B. Goodhead1,4, Maria Kalyva3,5Anastasia Kampouraki6,7, John Vontas6,7, Alistair C. Darby1*