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Table 2 Phylum-level taxonomic classification of MAGs and RUGs

From: 1200 high-quality metagenome-assembled genomes from the rumen of African cattle and their relevance in the context of sub-optimal feeding

Classified phyla High-quality MAGs (1200) Winning MAGs (850) Scottish RUGs (850) RUG 2.0 (4941)
No. of genomes % No. of genomes % No. of genomes % No. of genomes %
Bacteroidetes 385 32.08 253 29.76 288 33.88 1707 34.55
Firmicutes 514 42.83 377 44.35 391 46.00 2407 48.71
Proteobacteria 85 7.08 65 7.65 30 3.53 133 2.69
Fibrobacteres 3 0.25 2 0.24 6 0.71 42 0.85
Actinobacteria 3 0.25 2 0.24 30 3.53 164 3.32
Lentisphaerae 76 6.33 50 5.88 8 0.94 20 0.40
Spirochaetes 7 0.58 6 0.71 10 1.18 59 1.19
Tenericutes 22 1.83 16 1.88 4 0.47 118 2.39
Planctomycetes 9 0.75 5 0.59 4 0.47 12 0.24
Fusobacteria 5 0.42 4 0.47 1 0.12 0 0.00
Verrucomicrobia 1 0.08 1 0.12 0 0.00 47 0.95
Elusimicrobia 16 1.33 13 1.53 8 0.94 26 0.53
Synergistetes 1 0.08 1 0.12 0 0.00 0 0.00
Ignavibacteriae 1 0.08 1 0.12 0 0.00 0 0.00
Euryarchaeota 7 0.58 6 0.71 29 3.41 126 2.55
Bacteria 65 5.42 48 5.65 41 4.82 80 1.62
  1. Distribution of genomes classified to prokaryotic genera within the high-quality (1200) and ‘winning’ (850) MAGs, metagenome-assembled original Scottish RUGs and RUG 2.0 genomes