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Fig. 7 | BMC Microbiology

Fig. 7

From: rpoB, a promising marker for analyzing the diversity of bacterial communities by amplicon sequencing

Fig. 7

Composition plots (phylum and family levels) of the relative abundances of OTUs obtained by Illumina-amplicon sequencing of the nematode Steinernema glaseri SK39 with primers for rpoB and 16S markers. Bar plots, each representing an individual replicate, showing the relative abundance of OTUs (the data have been normalized as a % of total OTUs): (a) within Bacteria, at the phylum level, after amplification with rpoB marker; (b) within Bacteria, at the phylum level, after amplification with 16S marker; (c) within Proteobacteria, at family level, after amplification with rpoB marker; (d) within Proteobacteria, at family level, after amplification with 16S marker. Sequence datasets were processed with either the FROGS or the DADA2 pipeline, as indicated at the top of the panels (subpanels within A-D). Within each panel, the ratio of each taxon was estimated from the sum of all taxa (within all phyla or within Proteobacteria)

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