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Fig. 3 | BMC Microbiology

Fig. 3

From: The characteristics of gut microbiota and commensal Enterobacteriaceae isolates in tree shrew (Tupaia belangeri)

Fig. 3

Indicator microbial groups and phylogenetic distribution of microbial communities between age and gender groups for tree shrew. a Indicator microbial groups in the four age group samples with LDA scores higher than 3.0. b Cladogram indicated the phylogenetic distribution of microbial communities associated with four age groups; lineages with LDA values of 3.0 or higher as determined by LEfSe were shown. Differences were represented by the color of the most abundant class. Red indicated infant group, purple young group, green middle group, and blue senile group; yellow represented insignificant difference. c Cladogram indicated the phylogenetic distribution of microbial communities associated with gender groups; lineages with LDA values of 3.0 or higher as determined by LEfSe were shown. Differences were represented by the color of the most abundant class. Red indicated female group; green represented male group. d Indicator microbial groups in the gender group samples with LDA scores higher than 3.0

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