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Fig. 2. | BMC Biology

Fig. 2.

From: Improving the usability and comprehensiveness of microbial databases

Fig. 2.

Fungal and bacterial genome composition across multiple reference databases. a Percentage of references per fungal database available as complete genomes (yellow), fragmented genomes (i.e., set of contigs) (blue), and a mixture of full chromosomes and contigs (red). b Percentage of species per bacterial database available as complete genomes (yellow), fragmented genomes (i.e., set of contigs) (blue), and a mixture of full chromosomes and contigs (red). c Length distribution of the fungal genomes (contigs) across the databases. The contig mean lengths for each fungal database are 322 thousand bp (Ensembl), 513 thousand bp (RefSeq), 426 thousand bp (JGI 1‚ÄČK), and 548 thousand bp (FungiDB). d Length distribution of the bacterial genomes (contigs) across the databases. The contig mean lengths for each bacterial database are 149 thousand bp (Ensembl), 119 thousand bp (RefSeq), and 107 thousand bp (PATRIC)

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