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Fig. 5

From: Elucidation of glutamine lipid biosynthesis in marine bacteria reveals its importance under phosphorus deplete growth in Rhodobacteraceae

Fig. 5

a Maximum likelihood phylogeny showing the evolutionary relationship between N-acyltransferases involved in glutamine lipid (GlsB) and ornithine lipid biosynthesis (OlsB and OlsF). b The number of sequences retrieved from the Tara metagenome data set that are assigned to each gene. Other represents environmental sequences which could not be unambiguously classified using our phylogenetic approach. c Global maps of the abundance of GlsB, normalised to the abundance of RecA in the Tara metagenome dataset. Only surface water samples (collected at 5 m depth) are shown. Grey circles indicate no sequences corresponding to that gene were detected in the sample

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