Fig. 3: Phylogenetic tree of the group 1h [NiFe]-hydrogenase large subunit (hhyL) sequences stemming from reference genomes and metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) based on amino acid sequences (n = 1650 sequences, ca. 570 amino acid positions). | The ISME Journal

Fig. 3: Phylogenetic tree of the group 1h [NiFe]-hydrogenase large subunit (hhyL) sequences stemming from reference genomes and metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) based on amino acid sequences (n = 1650 sequences, ca. 570 amino acid positions).

From: Acidobacteria are active and abundant members of diverse atmospheric H2-oxidizing communities detected in temperate soils

Fig. 3

The tree was calculated using FastTree using the JTT + CAT model; FastTree confidence values of >95% (black circles) and >80% (gray circle) are depicted. The scale bar indicates the number of substitutions per site. The acidobacterial cluster is depicted in blue. The environmental source of the sequences (if available) is depicted in the name of each MAG. Additional information on publicly available MAG sequences depicted in the tree can be found in Table S4. Group 1g [NiFe]-hydrogenase sequences were used as an outgroup.

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