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Table 1 Indicator analysis showing bacterial OTUs associated to different solid waste

From: High-throughput sequencing of 16S rRNA Gene Reveals Substantial Bacterial Diversity on the Municipal Dumpsite

OTUs Description (Genus) #sequences Indicator value P-value
  Biomedical solid waste (Biom)
Otu000140 Idiomarina 6078 89 0.001
Otu000011 Halomonas 83211 86 0.022
Otu000116 Sporolactobacillaceae_incertae_sedis 7683 82 0.023
Otu000035 Tissierella 18780 80 0.007
Otu000080 Alkaliflexus 16213 79 0.004
Otu000136 Saccharofermentans 5945 78 0.005
Otu000124 Alishewanella 13449 78 0.053
Otu000003 Proteiniclasticum 269626 78 0.001
Otu000141 Unclassified Bacteroidetes 7998 75 0.001
Otu000411 Proteiniclasticum 3303 74 0.006
Otu000525 Unclassified Bacteroidetes 346 73 0.001
Otu000567 Pseudomonas 2187 71 0.013
Otu000069 Corynebacterium 18152 70 0.046
  Faecal material of pigs scavenging on dumpsite (FecD)
Otu000114 Clostridium_sensu_stricto 12444 78 0.039
Otu000477 Unclassified Lachnospraceae 2394 78 0.008
Otu000310 Clostridium_sensu_stricto 2749 77 0.009
Otu000005 Enterococcus 159372 77 0.005
Otu000104 Bifidobacterium 11495 73 0.007
  River sludge (Riv)
Otu000054 Cloacibacterium 30207 84 0.051
Otu000807 Flavobacterium 2218 84 0.003
Otu000037 Lysobacter 35128 81 0.013
Otu001247 Unclassified Xanthomonadaceae 849 77 0.001
Otu001672 Lacibacter 479 77 0.001
Otu000017 Commamonas 54114 77 0.039
Otu001307 Ferruginibacter 613 75 0.001
Otu000133 Dechloromonas 7673 75 0.039
Otu001398 Novosphingobium 571 74 0.001
Otu000596 Flavobacterium 2057 73 0.002
Otu001167 Niabella 931 72 0.005
  1. None of the OTUs were affiliated to the Dom waste at p ≤ 0.05 and indicator value ≥ 70