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Microbial commiunity pieplot on phylum level: All samples. "others" represent the bacterial phyla with abundances of less than 0.01%.

Microbial commiunity pieplot on phylum level: All samples. "others" represent the bacterial phyla with abundances of less than 0.01%.

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Changes in the microbial community associated with environmental impacts can lead to opportunistic infections, coral disease and death. Diversity analysis and community comparison were performed on 23 collected soft Coral specimens from South China See surrounding Hainan Province (China) based on Illumina MiSeq sequencing. The results showed that P...

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... (14.13%), Bacteroidetes (9.58%) and Acinetobacteria (8.29%) (Figure 3). After cluster analysis of each specimen, the abundance of symbiotic Proteobacteria was found to be the highest in the genus Sinularia from Dazhou Island. ...
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... (14.13%), Bacteroidetes (9.58%) and Acinetobacteria (8.29%) (Figure 3). After cluster analysis of each specimen, the abundance of symbiotic Proteobacteria was found to be the highest in the genus Sinularia from Dazhou Island. ...

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