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Fig. 3 | Microbiome

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From: Identification of microbial signatures linked to oilseed rape yield decline at the landscape scale

Fig. 3

Analyses of bacteria, fungi and protist communities in the three compartments, bulk soil, rhizosphere soil and root. a Fisher’s alpha diversity. b Stacked barplots showing the relative abundance of taxa. Taxonomic groups with a relative abundance of under 1% in all compartments were combined into the low abundance group. c Ternary plots of distribution of OTUs among compartments. B3 = Methylotenera mobilis, B4 = Flavobacterium succinicans, B12 = Flavobacterium fluminis, F2 = Olpidium brassicae, F8 = Cadophora sp., F9 = Rozella sp., F17 = Lobulomycetales sp., F19 = Tetracladium maxilliforme, F22 = Pyrenopeziza brassicae, P14 = Haliphthorales sp., P24 = Lagenidium sp., P65 = Phytophthora sp., P82 = Spongospora subterranean and P87 = Spongospora nasturtii. d Non-metric MDS analysis of the microbial community estimated by Bray-Curtis similarity of the bacterial, fungal or protist rRNA amplicons identified to OTU level. Compartments are highlighted by convex hull and point shape. pH of the bulk soil where the sample was taken is shown by the colour scale

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