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Supplementary Figure 2 from Chytrid fungi shape bacterial communities on model particulate organic matter
figureposted on 14.09.2020 by Cordelia Roberts, Ro Allen, Kimberley E. Bird, Michael Cunliffe
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(A) Bacterial chitin degradation pathway adapted from . Chitin is degraded by extracellular chitinases into chito-oligosaccharides that are transported across the outer membrane (O.M) using a specific chito-oligosaccharide channel, powered by the TonB-exbBD complex. In the periplasm, chito-oligosaccharides are degraded into N-acetylglucosamine and transported across the inner membrane (I.M), where they are further degraded within the cytoplasm. Predicted abundances for genes associated with the TonB-exbBD complex in control (yellow), zoospore (blue), and established (red) treatments. Predicted gene counts for genes (B) exbB, (C) exbD, (D) tonB, (E) NAG transporter and (F) chitinase normalized to the single copy housekeeping gene RNA polymerase (rpoB). Bars represent standard error and asterisks denote level of significance as follows; ‘*’ p <0.05, ‘**’ p <0.01, ‘***’ p <0.001.