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Table 4 Influence of rhizosphere compartment, crop species, and growth stage on entire and core bacterial microbiota

From: Crop host signatures reflected by co-association patterns of keystone Bacteria in the rhizosphere microbiota

Factor Df SumOfSqs R2 F P*
Full dataset (close & distinct rhizosphere)
Growth stage 2 0.108 0.057 4.969  < .001
Crop species 3 0.188 0.100 5.838  < .001
Rhizosphere (close&distant) 1 0.425 0.225 39.53  < .001
Growth stage:crop species 6 0.156 0.083 2.421  < .001
Residual 94 1.01 0.535   
Core bacterial microbiota distant rhizosphere
Growth stage 2 0.081 0.020 8.398  < .001
Crop species 3 3.694 0.918 253.680  < .001
Growth stage:crop species 6 0.031 0.008 1.076 0.394
Residual 0.218 0.054    
Core bacterial microbiota close rhizosphere
Growth stage 2 0.119 0.030 8.842  < .001
Crop species 3 3.384 0.851 166.968  < .001
Growth stage:crop species 6 0.195 0.049 4.807  < .001
Residual 41 0.277 0.070   
Bacterial microbiota distant rhizosphere
Growth stage 3 0.380 0.347 14.685  < .001
Crop species 3 0.199 0.182 7.698  < .001
Growth stage:crop species 6 0.127 0.116 2.454  < .002
Residual 45 0.388 0.355   
Bacterial microbiota close rhizosphere
Growth stage 2 0.075 0.115 4.209  < .001
Crop species 3 0.084 0.129 3.150  < .001
Growth stage:crop species 6 0.126 0.195 2.370  < .001
Residual 41 0.365    
  1. Based on permutational analysis of variance and weighted UniFrac distance
  2. Core bacterial microbiota of wheat, barley, rye and oilseed rape includes ASVs present within each replicate per crop species and at every growth stage (booting, flowering, ripening)
  3. *Bold font: factors considered significant