The relative abundances of phyla present differ between sample sites in STAFS 2011-006.

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R. Hyde, Embriette; P. Haarmann, Daniel; M. Lynne, Aaron; R. Bucheli, Sibyl; F. Petrosino, Joseph;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0077733.g005
  • Subject: Microbiology | Evolutionary Biology | Ecology | Science Policy | cadaver | Southeast Texas Applied Forensic Science facility | body sites | bacteria | 16 S rRNA gene | sample | Decomposition Human decomposition | role | bloat stage | additive data sets | Bacterial Community Structure
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<p>Stacked bar charts illustrate the relative abundances of phyla present from each individual sample collected from STAFS 2011-006.</p>
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