TABLE 1.

RubisCO and RLP lineage properties and phylogenetic distributiona

LineageProtein size (aa)% IdentityPhylogenetic distribution
AvgMin
I-A470-4797943Alpha-, Beta-, and Gammaproteobacteria, Cyanobacteria, Prochlorales, Sargasso Sea metagenome, GOS metagenome
I-B470-4778579Cyanobacteria, Prochlorales, eukaryotes-Viridiplantae (Streptophyta, Chlorophyta), Euglenozoa, Sargasso Sea metagenome
I-C477-4887967Alpha- and Betaproteobacteria, chloroflexi
I-D459-4907851Alpha-, Beta-, and Gammaproteobacteria, eukaryotes-stramenopiles, Rhodophyta, Haptophyceae
II458-5856844Alpha-, Beta-, and Gammaproteobacteria, eukaryotes-Alveolata (Dinophyceae)
III-1414-4446848Methanogenic crenarchaeota
III-2425-4285341Methanogenic and thermophilic crenarchaeota, thermophilic and halophilic euryarchaeota
IV-NonPhoto392-4324938Alpha-, Beta-, and Gammaproteobacteria, chloroflexi
IV-DeepYkr368-6043720Alphaproteobacteria, clostridia, nonmethanogenic euryarchaeota, eukaryotes-Ostreococcus tauri
IV-AMC307-3936451Acid mine drainage microbial consortium
IV-GOS363-4174327GOS sequence collection
IV-Photo428-4577058Alpha- and Gammaproteobacteria, chlorobia
IV-YkrW374-4145824Firmicutes, acid mine drainage microbial consortium
  • a The average percent identity within a lineage and the minimum (Min) identity observed within a lineage were calculated by pairwise comparison of all lineage members. Lineages were defined on the basis of the NJ tree shown in Fig. 1. aa, amino acids.