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Altered Gut Archaeal Communities in Anser erythropus Populations Wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes in China

Altered Gut Archaeal Communities in Anser erythropus Populations Wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes in China

Shaofei Zhang1, Na Xu2 and Gang Liu2*

1School of Pharmacy, Anhui Medical University, 81 Meishan Road, Hefei 230032, China
2School of Life Sciences, Anhui Medical University, 81 Meishan Road, Hefei 230032, China
 
*      Corresponding author: liugang8966@163.com

Fig. 1.

Taxonomic analyses at the phylum (A), class (B), order (C), family (D), and genus (E) levels of the gut archaeal communities of Anser erythropus wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes.

Fig. 2.

Shannon (A) and Simpson’s (B) indices of gut archaea diversity in A. erythropus overwintering at Shengjin (SJ) and Caizi (CZ) Lakes. 

Fig. 3.

OPLS-DA analysis of archaea from the guts of Anser erythropus wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes.

Fig. 4.

Differences in abundance of archaeal species found in the guts of Anser erythropus wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes.

Fig. 5.

Results of the linear discriminant analysis effect size (LEfSe) analysis of the gut archaea communities of Anser erythropus wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes.

Fig. 6.

Results of the correlation network analysis of the gut archaea communities of Anser erythropus wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes.

Fig. 7.
Heatmaps of the top 30 archaeal-bacterial genera (A) and archaeal-fungal genera (B) associations; correlation between enriched archaea and bacteria (C), and between archaea and fungi (D) in the guts of Anser erythropus wintering at Shengjin and Caizi Lakes.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

August

Pakistan J. Zool., Vol. 56, Iss. 4, pp. 1501-2000

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