Figure 2.

Partial Canonical Correspondence Analyses (pCCA) of T-RFLP profiles treating each of the three factors considered as the environmental factor. (a) pCCA of T-RFLP profiles of A. viridis samples treating sampling date as the environmental factor. (b) pCCA of T-RFLP profiles of A. viridis treating sampling location as the environmental factor. (c) pCCA of T-RFLP profiles of all five host species samples treating host plant species as the environmental factor. The pCCA indicated that the three factors tested were all significant. pCCA Axes1 and 2 represent the two most important canonical correlations that explain the sample variation with pCCA Axis1 being the most important.

Ding et al. BMC Microbiology 2013 13:1   doi:10.1186/1471-2180-13-1
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