Additional file 2 of Seasonal shifts in the gut microbiome indicate plastic responses to diet in wild geladas

  • Arianne Mercer (Contributor)
  • Sierra N. Sams (Contributor)
  • Rachel F. Perlman (Contributor)
  • Jacinta C. Beehner (Contributor)
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  • Laurie Reitsema (Contributor)
  • Amy Lu (Contributor)
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Additional file 1: Table S1. Taxonomic composition of the gelada gut at the phylum, class, order, family and genus levels. The mean relative abundance and prevalence (% of the samples with each taxon) of bacterial taxa are indicated. Table S2. Taxonomic composition of the core ASVs (i.e. present in at least 90% of samples) in the gelada gut at the order level. Table S3. Summary of the most similar bacterial sequences to the 78 ASVs belonging to the RFP12 family found in geladas feces. For each gelada RFP12 ASV, we searched the most similar nucleotide sequences found previously on NCBI BLAST, extracted its top five hits (i.e. most similar sequences based on Evalue) and summarized the distribution of those top hits across the 78 ASVs (identifying those animals in which similar sequences were found). Table S4. Predictors of observed richness and Faith’s phylogenetic diversity (PD). Estimates with p-values <0.05 are highlighted in bold. Table S5. Loading scores of ASVs on the first principal component. Positive loadings correspond to wetter periods, while negative loadings correspond to drier periods. Table S6. Taxonomic distribution of seasonally differentially abundant taxa. Only taxa with a PC loading scores > 0.4 and
Date made availableJan 1 2021
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