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Fig 2. From: Orthologous Gene Clusters and Taxon Signature Genes for Viruses of Prokaryotes.

Functions and sizes of the 20 largest POGs. When the number of proteins (dark blue) is greater than the number of organisms (light blue), the excess is due to paralogy.

David M. Kristensen, et al. J Bacteriol. 2013 March;195(5):941-950.
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Fig 3. From: Orthologous Gene Clusters and Taxon Signature Genes for Viruses of Prokaryotes.

Distribution of the number of organisms in POGs, with the inset using a log scale on the y axis. The color scheme is the same as that for Fig. 1.

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Fig 5. From: Orthologous Gene Clusters and Taxon Signature Genes for Viruses of Prokaryotes.

Distribution of the frequency of POGs with the indicated range of VQ. The inset shows the y axis on a log scale. The color scheme is the same as that for Fig. 1.

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Fig 6. From: Orthologous Gene Clusters and Taxon Signature Genes for Viruses of Prokaryotes.

Number and percentage of taxa that can be represented by at least one signature gene, with precision fixed at 100% and recall (x axis) allowed to vary. (a) The dependence of signatures on VQ value. (b) Breakdown of signatures into taxonomic levels.

David M. Kristensen, et al. J Bacteriol. 2013 March;195(5):941-950.
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Fig 1. From: Orthologous Gene Clusters and Taxon Signature Genes for Viruses of Prokaryotes.

Proportions of prokaryotic virus types (dsDNA phages, dsDNA archaeal viruses, ssDNA, ssRNA, or dsRNA) in the data set and distribution of the number of protein-coding genes in virus genomes. The inset shows in more detail the part of the distribution that includes small virus genomes with <20 protein-coding genes.

David M. Kristensen, et al. J Bacteriol. 2013 March;195(5):941-950.
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Fig 4. From: Orthologous Gene Clusters and Taxon Signature Genes for Viruses of Prokaryotes.

Network of phage genomes. The genomes of each phage are represented as boxes, which are colored according to the indicated taxonomic affiliation (type of dsDNA and with bacteria as their host except where specified otherwise), with connections drawn between genomes that share at least one POG. The distances between genomes are inversely proportional to the number of genes shared between neighbors. The inset is a zoomed-in region of the tightly connected subnetwork among the tailed phages.

David M. Kristensen, et al. J Bacteriol. 2013 March;195(5):941-950.

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