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Diversity of microbial eukaryotes along the West Antarctic peninsula in austral spring. Companion datasets to the article pushed in Frontiers in Microbiology - Extreme Microbiology

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posted on 04.04.2022, 14:48 authored by Jean-David GrattepancheJean-David Grattepanche, Robert W. Sanders, Rebecca J. Gast, Wade H. Jeffrey

Dataset S1. OTU table using paired-end reads. T1-5 are the taxonomic ranks, acc the GenBank accession number of the corresponding reference, id% is the percentage of identity, occurrence represents the number of samples in which the OTUs was present, readnumber the total read number. The samples are labelled as following: station_depth layer_size. _20 for the microsize, _5 for the nanosize and _0.2 for the picosize.

Dataset S2. OTU table using forward reads. Accession is the GenBank accession number of the corresponding reference, Btaxo_rank1-6, Bgenus and Bsp are the taxonomic ranks from PR2, occurrence represents the number of samples in which the OTUs was present, readnumber the total read number. The samples are labelled as following: station_depth layer_size. _20 for the microsize, _5 for the nanosize and _0.2 for the picosize

Dataset S3. OUT table using paired-end reads with at least 10 reads and then rarefied. T1-5 are the taxonomic ranks, acc the GenBank accession number of the corresponding reference, id% is the percentage of identity, Trophic is the trophic mode for the OTUs based on the literature. Reference_Trophic is the reference if different from the main text, occurrence represents the number of samples in which the OTUs was present, readnumber the total read number. The samples are labelled as following: station_depth layer_size. _20 for the microsize, _5 for the nanosize and _0.2 for the picosize


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National Science Foundation grant ANT 1744767

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