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mbo366-sup-0001-FigureS1.docWord document4779KFigure S1. Actinomycetaceae is the mist dominant family within the phylum Actinobacteria in king, little, and macaroni penguins but its abundance was relatively low in gentoo penguins. While Corynebacteriaceae and Propionibacteriaceae are the most dominant families in gentoo penguins.
mbo366-sup-0002-FigureS2.docWord document2983KFigure S2. Porphyromonadaceae is the most abundant family within the phyla Bacteroidetes in all penguin species. Flavobacteriaceaaea also dominates the phylum Bacteroidetes in gentoo penguins.
mbo366-sup-0003-FigureS3.docWord document4415KFigure S3. The fmaily composition within the phylum Firmicutes is significantly different in all penguin species. For gentoo and macaroni penguins, Ruminococcaceae is the dominant family within the phylum Firmicutes. In king penguins Clostridiales family XI is the dominant family, while in little penguins Lactobacilliaceae.
mbo366-sup-0004-FigureS4.docWord document4963KFigure S4. There are significant differences within the family composition of the phylum Proteobacteria in all penguin species. In gentoo and macaroni penguins, Moraxellaceae dominates the phylum Proteobacteria. In king penguins Campylobacteriaceae is the most dominant family, while in little penguins, Enterobacteriaceae is the most dominant.
mbo366-sup-0005-TableS1.docWord document83KTable S1. Quantitative real-time PCR primer sequences used in this study to detect and quantify major phyla present in penguin fecal samples.
mbo366-sup-0006-TableS2.xlsapplication/msexcel56KTable S2. Chi-squared analysis of statistical difference between little, gentoo, and macaroni penguins.
mbo366-sup-0007-TableS3.xlsapplication/msexcel127KTable S3. Taxonomic assignment of sequence reads of all penguin species.

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