Timfish Posted October 31, 2022 Share Posted October 31, 2022 I pulled these lists from a couple of the papers I've come across to make it easier to identify which way my tests are going. They list the some of the classes and orders of microbial stuff according to their associations with different sources of Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC "carbon dosing"). From the paper "Global Microbialization of Coral Reefs" Fig. 3 These microbial order/families were enriched with algae cover on reefs. Cytophagaceae Flavobacteriaceae Planctomycetaceae Burkholderiaceae Pasteurellaceae Synechococcus Prochlorococcus Brucellaceae Vibrionaceae Enterobacteriaceae These microbial orders/families were enriched with coral cover on reefs. Shewanellaceae Bacillaceae Caulobacteriaceae Sphingomonadaceae Hyphomonadaceae Bradyrhizobiaceae Acetobacteriaceae Phyllobacteriaceae Clostridiaceae Rhodospirillaceae SAR11 Rhizobiaceae Rhodobacteriaceae From the paper "Coral and macroalgal exudates vary in neutral sugar composition and differentially enrich reef bacterioplankton lineages" Fig. 2 These phyla were more elevated in ambiant and control samples Chloroflexi_SAR202 Deltaproteobacteria_SAR324 Deferribacteres_SAR406 Actinobacteria_Rhodospirillacea Alphaproteobacteria_Rhodospirillaceae Alphaproteobacteria_SAR116 Alphaproteobacteria_SAR11 Cynobacteria_Synechococcus Gammaproteobacteria_Oleiphilaceae Betaproteobacteria_Methylophilaceae Planctomycetes_Plantomycetaceae These phyla were elevated in coral exudates (sugars) Plantomycetes_OM190 Deltaproteobacteria_Bacteriovoraceae Alphaproteobacteria_Erythrobacteraceae Alphaproteobacteria_Kordiimaonadaceae Alphaproteobacteria_Hyphomonadaceae Alphaproteobacteria_Sneathiellaceae These phyla were elevated in algal exudates (sugars) Alphaproteobacteria_Rhodobacteraceae Flavobacteria_Flavobacteriaceae Flavobacteria_Crymorphaceae Gammaproteobacteria_OMG Gammaproteobacteria_Alteromonadaceae Gammaproteobacteria_Oceanospirillaceae Gammaproteobacteria_Pseudoalteromonadaceae Gammaproteobacteria__Virbrionaceae Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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