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Fig. 1 | Animal Microbiome

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From: Microbiota in intestinal digesta of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), observed from late freshwater stage until one year in seawater, and effects of functional ingredients: a case study from a commercial sized research site in the Arctic region

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Alpha diversity and beta diversity of microbiota in digesta from the distal intestine of Atlantic salmon. a Microbial richness in microbiota in digesta from the distal intestine of Atlantic salmon between treatments, as measured using the Observed species index. b Microbial evenness in microbiota in digesta from the distal intestine of Atlantic salmon between treatments, as measured using the Pielou’s evenness. c Microbial diversity in microbiota in digesta from the distal intestine of Atlantic salmon between treatments, as measured using the Shannon’s index. d Microbial diversity in microbiota in digesta from the distal intestine of Atlantic salmon between treatments, as measured using the Simpson’s index. e PCoA plots based on weighted UniFrac show the clustering between treatments. f PCoA plots based unweighted UniFrac show the clustering between treatments. g PCoA plots based on unweighted UniFrac show the clustering of dietary treatment at SW2. For alpha diversity, asterisks indicate significant effect of diet among treatments (* P < 0.05, ** P < 0.01, n = 8). For beta diversity, each dot represents one sample

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