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Table 2 Differentially abundant taxa between water and air, between air samples in year 2016 and 2017 and between water samples before, immediately after sanitization (< 10 days), and after more than 10 days from sanitization

From: Air and waterborne microbiome of a pharmaceutical plant provide insights on spatiotemporal variations and community resilience after disturbance

  Water vs. air(*) Air 2016 vs. air 2017(**) Water before vs. immediately after vs. after (***)
Class 4C0D-2 (Melainabacteria) (W) / /
Order / / Legionellales (BvI)
Family Caulobacteraceae (W), Comamonadaceae (W), Pseudomonadaceae (W), Sinobacteraceae (W) Lachnospiraceae (16), Ruminococcaceae (16) Sinobacteraceae (AvB, AvI)
Genus Sediminibacterium (W), Bradyrhizobium (W), Methylobacterium (W), Sphingomonas (W), Alishewanella (W) Blautia (16) Parabacteroidetes (AvB,AvI), Oscillospira (BvA,BvI), Caulobacter (IvA,IvB), Hydrogenophaga (IvA,IvB), Methylibium (AvB,IvB), Ralstonia (BvA,BvI), Bdellovibrio (AvB, IvB)
Species Acinetobacter lwoffii (A) Escherichia coli (16), Acinetobacter rhizosphaerae (16) Acinetobacter johnsonii (IvB, BvA), Mucispirillum schaedleri (AvB,BvI), Bacteroides caccae (IvB, IvA), Prevotella copri (AvB, IvB)
  1. * (W)-more abundant in water, (A)-more abundant in air; ** (16) all samples are more abundant in 2016; *** A, after; B, before; I, immediately after. Ternary comparisons are codified as follows: “time point at which the taxa is more abundant” versus “time point at which the taxa is less abundant”. Example: “BvI” stands for “taxon more abundant before than immediately after sanitization”