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Table 2 Comparing assembly statistic and hydrolytic potential of the camel rumen’s metagenome with that of the bovine and the moose rumen, elephant feces, and biogas reactors

From: A metagenomic analysis of the camel rumen’s microbiome identifies the major microbes responsible for lignocellulose degradation and fermentation

Metagenome Metagenome size (Gbp) Assembled DNA (Gbp) No. contigs No. ORFs No. GHs No. CBMs No. CEs No. PLs GHs/Mbp %GH Refs.
Camel rumen 23 1.26 333,382 1,342,629 31,832 6920 11,308 1875 25.3 2.37 This study
Bovine rumen 111.4 1.92 179,088 1,744,737 19,465 7198 7740 742 10.13 1.11 Hess et al. [16]
Anaerobic digester 51 0.51 164,127 592,362 7816 2382 2775 264 15.3 1.32 Campanaro et al. [21]
Biogas reactor 58.7 0.84 236,489 930,135 13,787 4530 4934 677 16.4 1.48 Gullert et al. [22]
Elephant feces 54.7 0.93 260,535 1,005,764 21,348 4449 7097 897 22.9 2.12 Ilmberger et al. [15]
Moose rumen 0.262 26,172 235,465 6247 1301 1846 476 23.8 2.65 Svartström et al. [39]
  1. Only contigs larger than 1 Kbp were included
  2. For easy tracking the extreme value for each measured characteristic are italicized