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Table 1 PERMANOVA showing the differences in wood-inhabiting bacteria community and functional structure in different biochar treatments

From: The impact of biochar on wood-inhabiting bacterial community and its function in a boreal pine forest

Group comparison Community structure Functional structure
t P (perm) Unique perms t P (perm) Unique perms
Year1, Year2   3.3228 0.001 998 2.6443 0.001 999
Biochar treatment, control (Y1) 1.3463 0.037 999 1.713 0.015 999
Biochar treatment, control (Y2) 1.1141 0.054 999 0.99843 0.388 999
0.5 kg m−2, 1.0 kg m−2 (500 °C) Y1 1.1698 0.128 983 0.64518 0.905 984
0.5 kg m−2, 1.0 kg m−2 (650 °C) 1.2098 0.085 975 1.5426 0.051 979
500 °C, 650 °C (0.5 kg m−2) 1.0955 0.239 984 0.98662 0.421 980
500 °C, 650 °C (1.0 kg m−2) 1.6486 0.011 973 1.1047 0.293 979
0.5 kg m−2, 1.0 kg m−2 (500 °C) Y2 0.92382 0.627 979 0.9129 0.512 981
0.5 kg m−2, 1.0 kg m−2 (650 °C) 1.08 0.237 973 1.1278 0.263 972
500 °C, 650 °C (0.5 kg m−2) 1.0975 0.201 974 0.91339 0.536 978
500 °C, 650 °C (1.0 kg m−2) 0.8918 0.707 984 0.51887 0.946 980
  1. The bold indicates the significant difference level at 95% and 99%, respectively