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Table 1 Statistical summary of taxonomic significant changes between treatments

From: The yellow perch (Perca flavescens) microbiome revealed resistance to colonisation mostly associated with neutralism driven by rare taxa under cadmium disturbance

Phylum-Genus Group1 Group2 Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test − pairwise p-value Adj. p − value
p__Bacteroidetes Ctrl CC 0.0003 ** 0.0004 **
Ctrl CV 0.0001 *** 0.0001 ***
CC CV 0.767 0.767
g__Emticicia Ctrl CC 0.0005 ** 0.0008 **
Ctrl CV 0.0001 *** 0.0003 **
CC CV 0.891 0.891
g__Flavobacterium Ctrl CC 0.0028 * 0.0042 *
Ctrl CV 0.0001 *** 0.0003 **
CC CV 0.3305 0.3305
g__Pseudorhodobacter Ctrl CC 0.0065 * 0.0176 *
Ctrl CV 0.0117 * 0.0176 *
CC CV 0.5336 0.5336
g__Shinella Ctrl CC 0.0001 *** 0.0002 **
Ctrl CV 0.0001 *** 0.0002 **
CC CV 0.9268 0.9268
g__Sphaerotilus Ctrl CC 0.0039 * 0.0058 *
Ctrl CV 0.0006 ** 0.0018 *
CC CV 0.736 0.736
  1. This table resumes the main important significant changes of the taxonomic composition, at the phylum and genus levels, between treatments in the skin microbiome at time T1. Pairwise comparisons were performed using the Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test – pairwise. P-value < = 0.05: “*”;  p-value < = 0.001: “**” ; p-value < = 0.0001: “***”