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Table 8 OTUs that contribute >4 % to Bray–Curtis dissimilarity between inoculum communities (T6) and control (T7) communities

From: Preservation of microbial communities enriched on lignocellulose under thermophilic and high-solid conditions

Reactor Abundance in T6 sample (%) Abundance in T7 sample (%) % Contribution to dissimilarity OTU classificationa
R20 17.96 5.45 18.19 g__Sphingobacteriales
R20 5.55 0.84 6.85 g__Roseiflexales (OTU 10)
R20 0.06 4.76 6.83 g__Alkalilimnicola
R20 5.57 1.08 6.54 k__Bacteria
R20 0.21 4.11 5.66 g__Rhizobiales
R20 1.52 5.13 5.25 g__Pseudoxanthomonas
R21 6.93 15.39 22.55 g__Micromonosporaceae
R21 15.08 9.41 15.13 g__Sphingobacteriales
R21 3.93 7.51 9.55 g__Chelatococcus
R21 5.94 3.32 6.97 g__Roseiflexales (OTU 18)
R21 3.21 1.00 5.89 g__Streptosporangiaceae
R23 11.02 13.05 10.98 c__Anaerolineae
R23 6.27 4.49 9.64 g__Micromonosporaceae
R23 4.83 3.21 8.75 g__Chelatococcus
R23 0.42 1.53 5.99 g__Roseiflexales (OTU 18)
R23 1.44 0.38 5.71 g__Rhizobiales
R23 4.72 5.54 4.46 k__Bacteria
R23 0.77 1.59 4.46 g__Schlegelella
  1. aLetter codes indicate the highest resolved taxonomy from phylogenetic binning: k kingdom, p phylum, c class, o order, f family, g genus