MOESM1 of Characterization of the microbiome associated with in situ earthen materials
journal contributionposted on 21.01.2020 by Alexis Simons, Alexandra Bertron, Jean-Emmanuel Aubert, Christophe Roux, Christine Roques
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Additional file 1: Table S1. Information about sampled buildings. Condition tags: E-D: earthen materials without vegetal aggregates – dwelling sites; V-D: earthen materials with vegetal aggregates – dwelling sites; E-ND: earthen materials without vegetal aggregates – non-dwelling sites; V-ND: earthen materials with vegetal aggregates – non-dwelling sites. Location tags: SW: south-west of France; E: east of France. Table S2. Bacterial isolates by culture from sites A to D as identified by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. Table S3. Microbial genera presenting a significantly different relative abundance at two parts of the same site. Relative abundances of bacterial and fungal genera listed in Additional file 1: Table S3 differed significantly (Mann-Whitney p-value < 0.05) depending on the sampling area within the same site. Figure S1. Shannon index for microbial communities sampled on earthen materials. The diversity of fungal (A) and bacterial (B) communities sampled on earthen materials was estimated using the Shannon index. *: Mann-Whitney test p-value < 0.05. Figure S2. Relative abundances of the major microbial taxa assigned for two sites sampled 1 year apart. The relative abundances of the major fungal (A) and bacterial (B) taxa assigned for sites Ba and C are compared between two samples collected 1 year apart (T0 and T1). The following taxa significantly differed between the two sampling times (Mann-Whitney p-value < 0.05): i) fungi – Ba: Fomes, Inonotus, Scedosporium, Stemphylium; C: Ø. ii) bacteria – Ba: Skermanella; C: Ø.