Taxon IDs for Parfrey Eukaryotic Markers

Getting down to work this morning. First order of business was to grep FASTA headers from the original Parfrey alignment files, using the commands as follows:

grep XXX 14-3-3.fasta >headers_14_3_3
grep XXX 40S.fasta >headers_40S
grep XXX Actin_noOuts.fasta >headers_Actin
grep XXX Atub_noOuts.fasta >headers_Atub
grep XXX Btub_noOuts.fasta >headers_Btub
grep XXX ef1aLike.fasta >headers_ef1aLike
grep XXX ef2_noOuts.fasta >headers_ef2
grep XXX enolase.fasta >headers_enolase
grep XXX gamma_noOuts.fasta >headers_gamma
grep XXX grc5.fasta >headers_grc5
grep XXX hsp70cyt.fasta >headers_hsp70cyt
grep XXX hsp70er.fasta >headers_hsp70er
grep XXX hsp70.fasta >headers_hsp70
grep XXX Hsp90.fasta >headers_Hsp90
grep XXX metk_noOuts.fasta >headers_metk
grep XXX Rad51_noOuts.fasta >headers_Rad51
grep XXX rps22.fasta >headers_rps22
grep XXX Rps23a_noOuts.fasta >headers_Rps23a
grep XXX SSU_noOuts.fasta >headers_SSU
grep XXX TFIIH.fasta >headers_TFIIH
grep XXX Tsec61.fasta >headers_Tsec61
grep XXX U5.fasta >headers_U5



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