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Fig. 6 | Microbiome

Fig. 6

From: Seasonal shifts in the gut microbiome indicate plastic responses to diet in wild geladas

Fig. 6

Rainfall predicts the functional profile of the gut microbiome. a Bacterial pathways at level 2 of KEGG Orthology (KO) that are differentially abundant according to cumulative rainfall (in mm). The estimate of the “rainfall” effect for each pathway comes from a LMM fitted on the relative abundance of each pathway per sample. Only pathways with pBH < 0.05 are reported. Relative abundance of the three most enhanced functional pathways during b the wet season and c the dry season according to monthly cumulative rainfall. Note that the tick marks on the y-axis are spaced on a log10 scale. The blue line and confidence intervals come from a linear regression (for representation only). The significance of the rainfall effect effects per pathway was estimated using LMMs including individual and unit membership as random effects

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