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Fig. 1 | Microbiome

Fig. 1

From: Microbial succession in an inflated lunar/Mars analog habitat during a 30-day human occupation

Fig. 1

Cultivable bacterial diversity detected through the 30-day habitation period at all the locations based on 16S rRNA gene sequences. The strain designation or type strain of the closest neighbor followed by the GenBank EZtaxon-e is given. The phylogenetic tree was constructed using neighbor-joining method (bootstrap 1000). In total, 150 isolates were collected, 147 of which were successfully sequenced (3 strains did not respond to the sequencing methods attempted and hence excluded from the tree). The numbering of the isolates is explained as follows. B = bacteria, first number (0–4) will be the sample collection day (0 = Day 0, 2 = Day 13, 3 = Day 20, 4 = Day 30), second number (1–8) will be sampling location and the third number (01–05) is the replicate number of the isolate. For example, B-38-02 will be a bacterial strain, isolated from Day 30, at location number 8, and a second isolate. Frequency of isolates is given in parenthesis after the name of the bacterium

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