Dietary differences are reflected on the gut prokaryotic community structure of wild and commercially reared sea bream (Sparus aurata)
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Volume 3, Issue 5, pages 718–728, October 2014
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MicrobiologyOpen 2014; 3(5): 718–728
- Issue online: 9 OCT 2014
- Version of Record online: 25 JUL 2014
- Manuscript Accepted: 3 JUL 2014
- Manuscript Revised: 29 JUN 2014
- Manuscript Received: 27 APR 2014
Figure S1. Rarefaction curves of the wild (W), organically- (O), and conventionally (C) reared Sparus aurata (Sa) gut bacterial communities. OTUs: operational taxonomic units.
Figure S2. Number of shared operational taxonomic units among the triplicate samples of the wild (W), organically- (O), and conventionally (C) reared Sparus aurata (Sa) gut bacterial communities.
Figure S3. Heatmap of the most abundant operational taxonomic units found in the gut of wild (W), organically- (O), and conventionally reared (C) sea bream individuals.
Table S1. Dominant (>90%) Bacteria operational taxonomic units (OTU) in the gut of wild (W), biological (b), and conventional (C) sea bream.
Table S2. Dominant (>90%) Archaea operational taxonomic units (OTU) in the gut of wild (W), biological (b), and conventional (C) sea bream.
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