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Table 1 Alpha-diversity indices and the estimated richness of the bacterial population in the BPH samples

From: A comparative study of microbial community and dynamics of Asaia in the brown planthopper from susceptible and resistant rice varieties

S. No. Sample name Shannon Simpson Evenness Brillouin Fisher_alpha Berger-Parker Chao1 Observed Species
1. BPH-F0 0.46 0.80 0.74 0.58 1.45 0.70 3 10
2. BPH-F6-TN1 0.64 1.05 0.95 0.80 1.45 0.40 3 10
3. BPH-F16-TN1 0.56 1.03 0.70 0.86 1.34 0.60 4 25
4. BPH-F6-IR36 0.50 0.69 1.00 0.34 0.00 0.50 3 2
5. BPH-F16-IR36 0.64 1.19 0.82 0.99 1.43 0.50 4 22
6. BPH-F6-RH 0.50 0.86 0.79 0.56 2.38 0.66 4 6
7 BPH-F16-RH 0.37 0.56 0.87 0.44 0.68 0.75 2 12
  Total 3.67 6.18 5.87 4.57 8.73 4.11 23 87
  1. The bacterial diversity (Shannon, Simpson index, Evenness and Brillouin) and OTUs richness (Fisher_alpha, Berger-Parker and Chao1) were estimated at 97% sequence similarity from each BPH sample. The female adult BPH (BPH-F6-TN1 and BPH-F16-IR36) samples revealed highest alpha-diversity among the BPH samples. BPH-F0, F0 generation female adult BPH; BPH-F6-TN1, F6 generation female adult BPH isolated from susceptible, TN1, host; BHP-F16-TN1, F16 generation female adult BPH isolated from TN1; BPH-F6-IR36, F6 generation female adult BPH isolated from resistant, IR36, host; BPH-F16-IR36, F16 generation female adult BPH isolated from IR36; BPH-F6-RH, F6 generation female adult BPH isolated from resistant, RH, host; and BPH-F16-RH, F16 generation female adult BPH from RH