Composition of archaeal and bacterial communities described as relative OTU abundance of particular bacterial and archaeal taxa (phyla and classes) in different sample types.

Chroňáková, Alica; Schloter-Hai, Brigitte; Radl, Viviane; Endesfelder, David; Quince, Christopher; Elhottová, Dana; Šimek, Miloslav; Schloter, Michael;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135627.t004
  • Subject: Ecology | Biological Sciences | methanogenic Euryarchaeota | Bacterial Soil Communities | prokaryotic communities | archaeal | cmn | term cattle impact | overwintering soils | greenhouse gases | faecal microbes | Trophic interactions | Changes Associated | reg | con | cattle impact | Outdoor Cattle Overwintering Archaea | cattle husbandry | prokaryotic community composition | alkalophilic microbes | lti | acidophilic microorganisms | 16 S rRNA genes | allochthonous microbes | Czech grassland soils | cattle manure | sti | soil type | response | cattle overwintering

<p>Mean relative abundances (expressed as percentages) for each taxonomical group (<i>n = 5</i>) in given sample are listed. Taxonomic units with abundance higher than 0.05% at least in one sample are shown. Significant differences (results of Tukey′s HSD test) are indi... View more
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