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mbo379-sup-0001-figS1.tifimage/tif67KFigure S1. Mean (circle in the center) water temperature at approx. 1.5 m water depth at the sampling site of Fucus vesiculosus during the course of 1 year (May 2009 to May 2010) with standard deviation (thick lines) and minimum and maximum values (thin lines).
mbo379-sup-0002-figS2.tifimage/tif1720KFigure S2. Redundancy Analysis of the Hellinger-transformed presence absence data matrix based on bands of the DGGE fingerprint of epibacteria from Fucus vesiculosus cultured at different temperatures for 7 days (A) and 21 days (B) (5, 10, 15, 20, and 25°C; n = 5 per temperature level, except for n = 4 at 25°C). Distance biplot showing relationships between samples (scaling 1) as depicted by the sample points and the temperature gradient vectors (T for linear relations and T2 for unimodal relations).
mbo379-sup-0003-figS3.tifimage/tif368KFigure S3. Relative abundances of OTUs at the family level. For clarity, only the ten most abundant families are individually depicted in the bars; the rest of the classified families are compiled in “others.”
mbo379-sup-0004-TableS1.xlsapplication/msexcel21KTable S1. Good's coverage in %. Mean of five replicates of each temperature level with standard deviation.
mbo379-sup-0005-TableS2.xlsxapplication/msexcel10KTable S2. Amount of variation explained by temperature (T) and the squared temperature term (T2) in the redundancy analysis of the Hellinger-transformed presence absence data matrix based on bands of the DGGE fingerprint of epibacteria from Fucus vesiculosus cultured at different temperatures for 7 days and 21 days (see also Figure S2A and B).
mbo379-sup-0006-TableS3.xlsapplication/msexcel23KTable S3. Statistical analysis of community diversity: Comparison of goodness of fit of regressions (AIC, Akaike Information Criterion) and statistical output.
mbo379-sup-0007-TableS4.xlsapplication/msexcel23KTable S4. The top 15 OTUs: Number of cumulative reads of the respective OTU across all replicates (n = 5) of one temperature level (the number of total reads per temperature level was 6740).

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