Supplementary Fig. 9: OTUs associated with NRT1.1B in the field condition related to Fig. 4. | Nature Biotechnology

Supplementary Fig. 9: OTUs associated with NRT1.1B in the field condition related to Fig. 4.

From: NRT1.1B is associated with root microbiota composition and nitrogen use in field-grown rice

Supplementary Fig. 9

(a) Enrichment and depletion of OTUs in the nrt1.1b mutant compared with wild-type ZH11. Each point represents an individual OTU, and the position along the x axis represents the abundance fold change between the nrt1.1b mutant and wild-type. (b) Heat map showing the relative abundance of the differential OTUs between the nrt1.1b mutant and wild-type ZH11. (c) OTUs enriched in NRT1.1Bindica or NRT1.1Bjaponica. Each point represents an individual OTU, and the position along the x axis represents the abundance fold change between NRT1.1Bindica or NRT1.1Bjaponica. (d) Heat map showing the relative abundance of the differential OTUs between NRT1.1Bindica and NRT1.1Bjaponica. The numbers of replicated samples are as follows: ZH11 (n = 16), nrt1.1b (n = 14), NRT1.1Bindica (n = 15), and NRT1.1Bjaponica (n = 15).

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