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mbo392-sup-0001-TableS1.docWord document60KTable S1. Bray–Curtis dissimilarity values between Free-Living (FL) and Particle-Attached (PA) samples grouped in phyla. (A) all phyla, and (B) all phyla except Proteobacteria. Stations were named from the coast toward the open sea as follows: station C at 5 m depth (C5), station CM at 44 m depth (CM44), station D at 5 m depth (D5), station D at 65 m depth (D65), and station D at 500 m depth (D500). BC is a statistic used to quantify the compositional dissimilarity between two different sites based on counts at each site that takes values between 0 and 1 with 0 indicating total similarity and 1 indicating total dissimilarity.
mbo392-sup-0002-TableS2.docWord document50KTable S2. Metastast analysis testing the significant contribution of Proteobacteria classes to the differences between Free-Living (FL) and Particle-Attached (PA) bacterial assemblages. (A) Analysis with all the samples and (B) analysis with all the samples except the coastal station (C5). Gamma-Proteobacteria (Gamma), Alpha-Proteobacteria (Alpha), Epsilon-Proteobacteria (Epsilon), Beta-Proteobacteria (Beta), and Delta-Proteobacteria (Delta). Significant P-values are indicated in bold type.
mbo392-sup-0003-TableS3.docWord document40KTable S3. Metastast analysis testing the significant contributions of the most abundant phyla (≥1% of total bacterial abundance in at least one of the samples) to the differences between Free-Living (FL) and Particle-Attached (PA) bacterial assemblages. Significant P-values are indicated in bold type.
mbo392-sup-0004-TableS4.docWord document119KTable S4. Metastast analysis testing the significant contribution of the most abundant taxa (≥2% of total bacterial abundance in at least one of the samples) to the differences between Free-Living (FL) and Particle-Attached (PA) bacterial assemblages. (A) Analysis with all the samples, and (B) analysis with all the samples except the coastal station (C5). Significant P-values are indicated in bold type.

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