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Table S3. PERMANOVA results. from Ecology of sleeping: the microbial and arthropod associates of chimpanzee beds
datasetposted on 30.04.2018 by Megan S. Thoemmes, Fiona A. Stewart, R. Adriana Hernandez-Aguilar, Matthew A. Bertone, David A. Baltzegar, Russell J. Borski, Naomi Cohen, Kaitlin P. Coyle, Alexander K. Piel, Robert R. Dunn
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Data were analyzed following rarefication. All potential explanatory variables were included within both the OTU richness and community composition PERMANOVA models, using an FDR correction for multiple comparisons. Variables included whether a sample was collected from a chimpanzee bed, the age of a bed, season (wet or dry), elevation above sea level (m), and whether a sample was from a branch or a leaf. (a) Alpha richness values were calculated based on the number of unique microbial OTUs present in each sample. (b) Community composition data were weighted by OTU abundance using the Bray-Curtis dissimilarity metric.