Comparison of the subsystem categories. Comparison results of the subsystem-assigned genes among NCCP15655, NCCP15656, and E24377A. (A) Relative abundance of the subsystem-assigned genes. A, Carbohydrates; B, Clustering-based subsystems; C, Amino acids and derivatives; D, Cell wall and capsule; E, Phages, prophages, transposable elements, plasmids; F, Virulence, disease and defense; I, Membrane transport; J, Protein metabolism; K, Cofactors, vitamins, prosthetic groups, pigments; L, Stress response; M, DNA metabolism; N, Respiration; O, Nucleosides and nucleotides; P, Regulation and cell signaling; Q, RNA metabolism; R, Motility and chemotaxis; S, Nitrogen metabolism; T, Fatty acids, lipids, and isoprenoids; U, Miscellaneous; V, Metabolism of aromatic compounds; W, Phosphorus metabolism; X, Cell division and cell cycle; Y, Iron acquisition and metabolism; Z, Sulfur metabolism; AA, Potassium metabolism; AB, Secondary metabolism; AC, Dormancy and sporulation. (B) Number of CDSs assigned to the sub-category of “Phages, prophages, transposable elements, plasmids”. E-1, Phages, prophages; E-5, Bacteriophage structural proteins; E-3, Bacteriophage integration/excision/lysogeny; E-4, Phage host interactions; E-6, Superinfection exclusion; E-2, Transposable elements. (C) Number of CDSs assigned to the sub-category of “Virulence, disease and defense”. F-1, Resistance to antibiotics and toxic compounds; F-2, Adhesion; F-3, Type III, type IV, type VI, ESAT secretion systems; F-4, Invasion and intracellular resistance; F-5, Fimbriae of the chaperone/usher assembly pathway; F-6, Bacteriocins, ribosomally synthesized antibacterial peptides; F-7, Toxins and superantigens. Bars: black, NCCP15655; gray, NCCP15656; blue, E24377A.