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Table 2 Eight differential abundance of bacterial species between 1-d-Larvae and 5-d-Larvae Groups of C. megacephala

From: The gut bacteria across life stages in the synanthropic fly Chrysomya megacephala

Species 1-d-Larvae 5-d-Larvae p-value
Mean SE Mean SE
Arcobacter cryaerophilus 0.150963 0.028609 0.002329 0.001165 0.014(−)
Bacteroides coprosuis 0.484238 0.032372 0.022096 0.000914 0.0035(−)
Bulleidia p-1630-c5 0.024685 0.007027 0 0 0.038094(−)
Escherichia coli 0.02612 0.001494 0.013998 0.002089 0.021(−)
Eubacterium biforme 0.040341 0.008873 0.00548 0.003131 0.031094(−)
Faecalibacterium prausnitzii 0.020832 0.003285 0.00119 0.00119 0.007(−)
Flavobacterium gelidilacus 0.363321 0.058491 0.070145 0.012969 0.0175(−)
Prevotella stercorea 0.063915 0.011388 0 0 0.0105(−)
Pseudoclavibacter bifida 0.002632 0.002632 0.060935 0.018523 0.045094(+)
Pseudomonas alcaligenes 0.140686 0.023227 0.030898 0.027479 0.048594(−)
Ruminococcus gnavus 0.023545 0.006094 0.00119 0.00119 0.034594(−)
  1. Note: Metastats (http://metastats.cbcb.umd.edu/) and R (v3.1.1) are used to determine which taxonomic groups were significantly different between groups of samples. We adjusted the obtained P-value by a Benjamini-Hochberg false discovery rate correction (function ‘p.adjust’ in the stats package of R(v3.1.1)). (−) indicated a significant decrease in abundance from 1-d-Larvae to 5-d-Larvae; while (+) indicated reversely