TABLE 2.

Support for acquisition of PIB-type ATPases by HGT in subsurface isolates from radionuclide- and metal-contaminated soils

GenusStrainPhylogenetic incongruenceG+C content (%)Support for HGTaMost closely related PIB-type ATPase
ArthrobacterFRC-AA1+38+Firmicutes
FRC-AA20+38+Firmicutes
FRC-AA21+38+Firmicutes
FRC-AA25+38+Firmicutes
FRC-V45+36+Firmicutes
FRC-X34+59Maybeγ-Proteobacteria
FRC-Z8+35+Firmicutes
BacillusFRC-AA2238Firmicutes
FRC-N6538Firmicutes
FRC-X11+59+γ-Proteobacteria
FRC-X1838Firmicutes
FRC-X2638Firmicutes
FRC-Y7+58+γ-Proteobacteria
FRC-Y22+58+γ-Proteobacteria
FRC-Z4138Firmicutes
RahnellaFRC-X759γ-Proteobacteria
FRC-X7 (copA)59γ-Proteobacteria
FRC-Y960259γ-Proteobacteria
FRC-Y9602 (copA)59γ-Proteobacteria
  • a The evidence for HGT was supported by analysis of both phylogenetic incongruence and the G+C content.