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Fig. 5 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 5

From: Wild rice harbors more root endophytic fungi than cultivated rice in the F1 offspring after crossbreeding

Fig. 5

Co-occurrence network of bacterial (a) and fungal (b) communities in the endophytic microbiomes of cultivated and wild rice plants and their F1 offspring. The dot size corresponds to operational taxonomic unit (OTU) abundance (log2-transformed). Co-occurrence may be exaggerated among the large numbers of rare OTUs due to the dominance of zeros for rare OTUs in most samples. Each boxplot represents the distribution of diversity present in four replicates (n = 4). Af-W, African wild rice; Af-H, F1 generation of a cross between African wild rice (Af-W) and African cultivated rice (AfC1); AfC1, African cultivated rice No. 2; AfC2, African cultivated rice No. 4; NW1, nivara wild rice No. 1; NW2, nivara wild rice No. 2; NW-H, F1 generation of a cross between nivara wild rice (NW1) and Asian cultivated rice (indica, InC); CW1, common wild rice No. 1; CW2, common wild rice No. 2; CW-H, F1 generation of a cross between common wild rice (CW1) and Asian cultivated rice (japonica, JaC); InC, Asian cultivated rice (Jiangxi indica); JaC, Asian cultivated rice (Jiangxi japonica)

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