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Fig. S1. Bacterial 16S rRNA cDNA TRFLP patterns in heavy fractions (fraction 3 + 4: 1.181–1.183 g ml−1) of cellulose-amended anoxic microcosms. (A) (13C)-cellulose treatment after 0, 35 and 70 days. (B) (12C)-cellulose treatment after 35 and 70 days. (13C)-labelled TRFs are indicated by their length and marked by an arrow (143, 149, 205, 490, 522, 540 and 899 bp).

Fig. S2. Bacterial 16S rRNA cDNA TRFLP patterns in heavy fractions (fraction 3 + 4: 1.181–1.183 g ml−1) of cellobiose-amended oxic microcosms. (A) (13C)-cellobiose treatment after 0, 6 and 12 days. (B) (12C)-cellobiose treatment after 6 and 12 days. (13C)-labelled TRFs are indicated by their length and marked by an arrow (163, 279, 474, 523, 534 and 890 bp).

Fig. S3. Bacterial 16S rRNA cDNA TRFLP patterns in heavy fractions (fraction 3 + 4: 1.181–1.183 g ml−1) of cellobiose-amended anoxic microcosms. (A) (13C)-cellobiose treatment after 0, 4, 10, and 24 days. (B) (12C)-cellobiose treatment after 20 and 24 days. (13C)-labelled TRFs are indicated by their length and marked by an arrow (494, 523 and 903 bp).

Fig. S4. Bacterial 16S rRNA gene TRFLP pattern in heavy fractions (fraction 3 + 4: 1.181–1.183 g ml−1) of glucose-amended oxic microcosms. (A) (13C)-glucose treatment after 6 and 12 days. (B) (12C)-glucose treatment after 6 and 12 days. (13C)-labelled TRFs are indicated by their length and marked by an arrow (143, 164, 279, 298, 476 and 526 bp).

Fig. S5. Bacterial 16S rRNA cDNA TRFLP patterns in heavy fractions (fraction 3 + 4: 1.181–1.183 g ml−1) of glucose-amended anoxic microcosms. (A) (13C)-glucose treatment after 0, 4, 10 and 24 days. (B) (12C)-glucose treatment after 0, 4 and 24 days. (13C)-labelled TRFs are indicated by their length and marked by an arrow (496, 508 and 520 bp).

Fig. S6. Bacterial 16S rRNA gene TRFLP pattern in ‘light’ (fraction 8 + 9: 1767–1.776 g ml−1) and ‘heavy ‘ fractions (fraction 3 + 4: 1.181–1.183 g ml−1) of (12C)-sugar amended microcosms at the latest analysed time point. (A) Cellulose treatment after 70 days. (B) Cellobiose treatment after 12 days (oxic) and 24 days (anoxic). (C) Glucose treatment after 12 days (oxic) and 24 days (anoxic).

Fig. S7. Bacterial 16S rRNA gene TRFLP pattern in ‘light’ (fraction 8 + 9: 1767–1.776 g ml−1) and ‘heavy’ fractions (fraction 3 + 4: 1.181–1.183 g ml−1) of (13C)-sugar amended microcosms at the latest analysed time point. (A) Cellulose treatment after 70 days. (B) Cellobiose treatment after 12 days (oxic) and 24 days (anoxic). (C) Glucose treatment after 12 days (oxic) and 24 days (anoxic). Values are the mean of triplicates ((13C-U)-cellobiose, (13C-U)-glucose or duplicates (13C-U)-cellulose). Error bars indicate the standard deviation.

Fig. S8. Distribution of RNA in gradient fractions of anoxic (13C)-cellobiose treatments after 24 days of incubation.

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