TABLE 4

Sixteen most abundant AM fungal (phylum Glomeromycota) OTUs in the CO2 gradient experimente

RankOTU ID% of total sequencesaCumulative % of totalbAccession no.Closest NCBI database matchQuery coverage (%)cMaximum similarity (%)d
143131FR871375Uncultured Glomus7498
218940AB710222Uncultured Glomus85100
39545AM397822Uncultured Glomus7291
42449EU379997Uncultured glomeromycete8696
526351HM216142Uncultured Glomus7392
613253AY394694Uncultured Glomus7884
760256JF439185Glomus sp.8594
810258JQ650496Uncultured Glomeromycota48100
929260AM397822Uncultured Glomus7989
1027262FR871345Uncultured Glomus6692
1112263GQ149201Uncultured glomeromycete7287
1225265FR871375Uncultured Glomus7498
1315166AB640742Uncultured Glomus8798
1438167GQ149214Uncultured glomeromycete7899
1511168AY394694Uncultured Glomus7185
1617170JQ048859Glomus deserticola7788
  • a Percentage of 600 total sequences represented by each OTU.

  • b Summed percentage of total sequences represented by OTUs through rank 1.

  • c Percentage of the query (OTU) sequence that overlaps with the NCBI match.

  • d Percent similarity between the query (OTU) and NCBI match over their region of overlap.

  • e Data generated from Sanger sequencing of both soil types.