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Table 2 Relative abundance of the 6 dominant phyla observed in the upper and lower respiratory tract of healthy horses (n = 6) at day 0, and relative abundance of genus within each phylum

From: Upper and lower respiratory tract microbiota in horses: bacterial communities associated with health and mild asthma (inflammatory airway disease) and effects of dexamethasone

Phylum (mean relative abundance, %) Genus (mean relative abundance per phylum, %)
Proteobacteria (43.85%) Sphingomonas (35.69%)
Pantoea (26.65%)
Pseudomonas (14.57%)
Massilia (5.59%)
Rhizobium (3.35%)
Mesorhizobium (2.20%)
Naxibacter (1.60%)
Serratia (1.39%)
Devosia (1.32%)
Actinobacteria (21.63%) Agrococcus (15.67%)
Knoellia (12.98%)
Arthrobacter (12.1%)
Microbacterium (8.56%)
Corynebacterium (7.27%)
Brachybacterium (5.93%)
Ornithinimicrobium (5.06%)
Brevibacterium (4.06%)
Rhodococcus (4.03%)
Kocuria (3.88%)
Dietzia (3.71%)
Rothia (2.5%)
Clavibacter (1.87%)
Rathayibacter (1.65%)
Marmoricola (1.55%)
Streptomyces (1.29%)
Nocardioides (1.24%)
Firmicutes (16.82%) Jeotgalicoccus (30.8%)
Planomicrobium (19.52%)
Gemella (16.63%)
Atopostipes (5.91%)
Bacillus (4.68%)
Staphylococcus (3.6%)
Sporosarcina (2.55%)
Facklamia (2.23%)
Trichococcus (1.85%)
Streptococcus (1.79%)
Carnobacterium (1.72%)
Aerococcus (1.23%)
Bacteroidetes (13.24%) Hymenobacter (42.65%)
Pedobacter (17.93%)
Prevotella (17.42%)
Flavisolibacter (12.19%)
Gillisia (3.1%)
Chryseobacterium (2.69%)
Cloacibacterium (1.66%)
Ferruginibacter (1.51%)
Verrucomicrobia (0.79%) Luteolibacter (20.93%)
Akkermansia (8.79%)
Chloroflexi (0.51%) Sphaerobacter (97.84%)
Litorilinea (2.16%)