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Table 3 The core microbiome of porcine tonsils

From: Defining the "core microbiome" of the microbial communities in the tonsils of healthy pigs

Phylum % of total Class % of total Order % of total Family % of total Genus % of total
Proteobacteria 73.4 Gammaproteobacteria 69.8 Pasteurellales 56.0 Pasteurellaceae 60.2 Actinobacillus 37.0
         Haemophilus 6.6
         Pasteurella 16.1
     Pseudomonadales 11.8 Moraxellaceae 12.3 Alkanindiges 12.0
     Enterobacteriales 2.0 Enterobacteriaceae 2.2   
   Betaproteobacteria 3.2 Burkholderiales 0.3     
     Neisseriales 2.8 Neisseriaceae 3.0   
   Alphaproteobacteria 0.3       
Firmicutes 17.8 Clostridia 14.3 Clostridiales 14.3 Peptostreptococcaceae 2.2 Peptostreptococcus 2.6
       Veillonellaceae 4.4 Veillonella 3.2
   Bacilli 3.5 Lactobacillales 3.4 Streptococcaceae 0.5 Streptococcus 0.6
Fusobacteria 5.6 Fusobacteria 5.6 Fusobacteriales 5.6 Fusobacteriaceae 5.6 Fusobacterium 7.0
Actinobacteria 1.2 Actinobacteria 1.2 Actinomycetales 0.9     
Bacteroidetes 0.8 Bacteroidia 0.3 Bacteroidales 0.3     
5/17 phyla identified 98.8 8/27 classes identified 98.2 10/34 orders identified 97.4 8/61 families identified 90.4 8/101 genera identified 85.1
  1. NOTE: Almost half of the Clostridiales could not be assigned at the family level, and > 92% of the Neisseriaceae could not be assigned to a genus.