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Fig. S1. Maximum-parsimony phylogenetic tree of 16S rRNA gene bacterial sequences recovered from slush (SL), underlying water column (WC) and pond (P) of Lake Redon during winter (blue) and spring (red). The tree is based on maximum parsimony analysis of the data set in the ARB program package (http://www.arb-home.de). Sequences of c. 900 nt were inserted into the optimized tree by using parsimony criteria without allowing changes in the overall tree topology. Sequences from this study are in bold and are representatives of each OTU at 97% identity (the number of sequences within each OTU is also shown). GenBank accession numbers are provided and the closest cultured relatives are included. The scale bar represents 10% estimated divergence.

Table S1. Closest BLASTs of slush (SL), water column (WC) and pond (P) 16S rRNA gene OTUs. The isolation source of the closest BLAST was retrieved from the GenBank database.

FilenameFormatSizeDescription
EMI4_278_sm_f1.eps2736KSupporting info item
EMI4_278_sm_t1.doc681KSupporting info item

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