Table S1 from Using Captain Scott's Discovery specimens to unlock the past: has Antarctic cyanobacterial diversity changed over the last 100 years?
journal contributionposted on 16.06.2017 by Anne D. Jungblut, Ian Hawes
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Location, description, date and accession numbers of cyanobacteria-based microbial mat samples collected during Captain Scott's Discovery expedition to Antarctica’ * Ponds half-way between Black Island and Brown Peninsula; Location, date of collection, latitude-longitude and properties of cyanobacteria-base microbial mats and properties such as conductivity, temperature and pH. Legend: *unofficial names; Highest uncultured and cultured BLAST similarity match of the 10 most abundant cyanobacterial 16S rRNA genotypes in the historic and modern Antarctic cyanobacterial mat communities.; Cyanobacterial 16S rRNA genotypes that contribute up to 25% of cumulative dissimilarity based on SIMPER analysis; OTUs only present in modern samples are marked in bold. Any OTUS present in historic samples only contributed < 25%