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Table 1 Permutational multivariate ANOVA results with Bray–Curtis distance matrices implemented to partition sources of variation in this study (habitat, genotype, interaction between habitat and genotype (H × G)) for both archaeal/bacterial and fungal communities. All samples were included therefore the main effect of habitat represents the broad categories of leaves, stems, roots, and soils. Statistical significance (P(perm)) computed based on sequential sums of squares from 9999 permutations

From: The Populus holobiont: dissecting the effects of plant niches and genotype on the microbiome

Community Source of variation SS MS R 2 Pseudo-F P(perm)
Bacteria Habitat 307,710 102,570 0.30 40.3 0.0001
Genotype 18,469 18,469 0.02 7.3 0.0001
Interaction 41,533 13,844 0.04 5.4 0.0001
Residuals 663,810 2543.3 0.64   
Total 1,036,500   1   
Fungi Habitat 246,890 82,295 0.24 32.2 0.0001
Genotype 26,376 26,376 0.03 10.3 0.0001
Interaction 79,953 26,651 0.08 10.4 0.0001
Residuals 677,060 2554.9 0.65   
Total 1,043,500   1