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Table S1. Comparison of key eukaryotic group abundances using ANOVA tests. Given for each group and treatment are the mean abundance, the standard deviaition of the mean (SD) and the ANOVA tests results, including F-ratio and significance (P).

Table S2. a. Identity and abundance of OTUs from prokaryotic clone libraries. A distance matrix of sequences was used to determine OTUs (similarity level 97% for bacteria) and their abundance across the total experiment using MOTHUR. Taxonomic identity of reference sequences was determined by phylogenetic placement. The number of sequences detected in clone libraries pooled by treatment is given. b. Identity and abundance of OTUs from picoeukaryotic clone libraries. A distance matrix of sequences was used to determine OTUs (similarity level 98% for picoeukaryotes) and their abundance across the total experiment using MOTHUR. Taxonomic identity of reference sequences was determined by phylogenetic placement. The number of sequences detected in clone libraries pooled by treatment is given.

Table S3. Accession numbers for additional sequences downloaded from GenBank, used in 16S and 18S phylogenetic analysis.

Appendix S1. Online experimental procedures.

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