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Table 1 Top twenty most abundant genera identified for each sample type

From: Comparative diversity of microbiomes and Resistomes in beef feedlots, downstream environments and urban sewage influent

  Fecal Composite Catch Basin Soil Sewage influent
No. Genus Phylum Proportion Genus Phylum Proportion Genus Phylum Proportion Genus Phylum Proportion
1 Prevotella Bacteroidetes 12.02% Thauera Proteobacteria 12.20% Bradyrhizobium Proteobacteria 8.19% Acinetobacter Proteobacteria 29.16%
2 Bacteroides Bacteroidetes 11.32% Psychrobacter Proteobacteria 9.83% Streptomyces Actinobacteria 5.47% Aeromonas Proteobacteria 16.25%
3 Treponema Spirochaetes 6.76% Corynebacterium Actinobacteria 5.09% Actinoplanes Actinobacteria 4.60% Arcobacter Proteobacteria 8.68%
4 Bifidobacterium Actinobacteria 5.67% Arcobacter Proteobacteria 4.38% Mycobacterium Actinobacteria 3.22% Bacteroides Bacteroidetes 8.13%
5 Methanobrevibacter Euryarchaeota 5.08% Sphaerochaeta Spirochaetes 4.16% Pseudomonas Proteobacteria 3.15% Moraxella Proteobacteria 6.38%
6 Clostridium Firmicutes 4.74% Pseudomonas Proteobacteria 3.73% Rhodopseudomonas Proteobacteria 2.69% Acidovorax Proteobacteria 4.75%
7 Chryseobacterium Proteobacteria 4.31% Fermentimonas Bacteroidetes 3.13% Sphingomonas Proteobacteria 2.48% Pseudomonas Proteobacteria 3.85%
8 Streptococcus Firmicutes 2.91% Desulfobulbus Proteobacteria 2.43% Burkholderia Proteobacteria 2.37% Tolumonas Proteobacteria 1.29%
9 Intestinimonas Firmicutes 2.80% Desulfomicrobium Proteobacteria 2.19% Mesorhizobium Proteobacteria 2.32% Klebsiella Proteobacteria 1.03%
10 Psychrobacter Proteobacteria 2.76% Thiocystis Proteobacteria 2.08% Conexibacter Actinobacteria 1.85% Thauera Proteobacteria 0.85%
11 Roseburia Firmicutes 2.50% Allochromatium Proteobacteria 1.96% Methylobacterium Proteobacteria 1.71% Parabacteroides Bacteroidetes 0.76%
12 Oscillibacter Firmicutes 2.48% Ruminiclostridium Firmicutes 1.69% Corynebacterium Actinobacteria 1.56% Streptococcus Firmicutes 0.63%
13 Lachnoclostridium Firmicutes 2.10% Methanocorpusculum Euryarchaeota 1.55% Amycolatopsis Actinobacteria 1.47% Flavobacterium Bacteroidetes 0.59%
14 Ruminococcus Firmicutes 1.66% Geobacter Proteobacteria 1.54% Pseudonocardia Actinobacteria 1.41% Enterobacter Proteobacteria 0.56%
15 Eubacterium Firmicutes 1.65% Marichromatium Proteobacteria 1.36% Lysobacter Proteobacteria 1.29% Sebaldella Fusobacteria 0.53%
16 Corynebacterium Actinobacteria 1.60% Azoarcus Proteobacteria 1.34% Sphingopyxis Proteobacteria 1.26% Candidatus Cloacimonas Candidatus Cloacimonas 0.51%
17 Odoribacter Bacteroidetes 1.51% Desulfovibrio Proteobacteria 1.02% Variovorax Proteobacteria 1.23% Citrobacter Proteobacteria 0.50%
18 Escherichia Proteobacteria 1.44% Acidovorax Proteobacteria 0.87% Xanthomonas Proteobacteria 1.22% Alicycliphilus Proteobacteria 0.48%
19 Alistipes Bacteroidetes 1.17% Sulfurimonas Proteobacteria 0.81% Rhizobium Proteobacteria 1.13% Alistipes Bacteroidetes 0.48%
20 Lactobacillus Firmicutes 1.08% Rhodobacter Proteobacteria 0.78% Pseudoxanthomonas Proteobacteria 1.08% Peptoclostridium Firmicutes 0.47%
  1. Top twenty most abundant genera constituted 76, 62, 50 and 62% of microbiota of fecal composite, catch basin, soil and urban sewage influent samples respectively