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Fig. 4 | Animal Microbiome

Fig. 4

From: Flexibility and resilience of great tit (Parus major) gut microbiomes to changing diets

Fig. 4

Relative abundances of the 25 most common bacterial genera in the cloacal swabs of P. major on the initial diet, after diet manipulation and after diet reversal are shown in the bar graphs. Unclassified genera are indicated with a “U”, following the closest taxonomic level classification (i.e., family or order). Individual birds are represented with their name codes on the x-axis. Top ten significantly differentially abundant genera (divided between comparison groups) are given between panels. Positive log2-fold values represent increase of certain genera in bottom panel compared to the top panel. Empty columns indicate samples that did not sequence or failed the quality filtering step

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