Photosynthetic genes and abundance of cyanophage genomes

Genus-level gOTUNo. of EVGsNo. of RVGsPhotosynthetic gene(s) in EVGPhotosynthetic gene(s) in RVGFPKMa% abundancebMost abundant RVG
G14721 hli, psbA hli, psbA3,484.7 33.7 Prochlorococcus phage P-GSP1
G1511 hli 334.6 3.2 Prochlorococcus phage P-RSP2
G2341632,419.5 23.4 Cyanophage MED4-117
G23711350.3 Synechococcus phage S-CBS4
G23861 hli, ptoX340.7 3.3 Synechococcus phage S-EIV1
G24110 hli, psbA48.60.5
G24211 hli, psbA hli 10.50.1 Synechococcus phage S-CBS2
G243013.30Cyanophage P-SS2
G27701 nblA 00 Planktothrix phage PaV-LD
G27802 nblA 1.80 Microcystis aeruginosa phage Ma-LMM01
G386272 cpeT, hli, petE, psbA, psbD, ptoX cpeT, hli, ho1, pcyA, pebS, petE, petF, psbA, psbD, ptoX3,622.7 35.1 Synechococcus phage S-SM2
G38701 hli, psbA0.10 Synechococcus phage S-CRM01
G40201 hli, petE, psbA, psbD, ptoX21.80.2Cyanophage S-TIM5
G7690200Cyanophage PP
G7700100 Anabaena phage A-4L
G7710100 Phormidium phage Pf-WMP4
G81802 nblA 00 Phormidium phage MIS-PhV1B
G1074022.10 Synechococcus phage S-CBS1
  • a The FPKM for each gOTU was calculated as the average of the sum of FPKMs of the genomes in the gOTU across different samples. In calculating the average, the nine OBV samples were treated as a single sample to avoid any bias toward a local region.

  • b Abundance represents a normalized FPKM (the sum is equal to 100), and values of >3% are indicated in bold.