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Figure 6

From: Testing ecological theories with sequence similarity networks: marine ciliates exhibit similar geographic dispersal patterns as multicellular organisms

Figure 6

Sequence similarity network showing the proportion of sequences from each habitat in the GCC of DNA and cDNA datasets. GCCs, decomposed in LCs as in Figure 3 are shown for DNA (left) and for cDNA (right) networks. Network graphs are organized from top to bottom to compare the proportion of sequences from subsurface and DCM habitats with those from sediment habitats. The color of nodes (green meaning 0%, red meaning 100%) indicates the proportion of sequences from subsurface habitats in each LC (top); the proportion of sequences from DCM habitats in each LC (middle); and the proportion of sequences from sediment habitats in each LC (bottom). DCM, deep chlorophyll maximum; GCC, giant connected components; LC, Louvain communities.

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