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– Results of the community composition analyses (Jaccard and Unifrac) for the four environmental microbial community datasets. Figure S1. – Acid mine drainage bacteria and archaea (GAIIx) diversity profiles. Figure S2. – Hypersaline lake viruses methyltransferase diversity profiles. Figure S3. – Hypersaline lake viruses concanavalin A-like glucanases/lectins diversity profiles. Figure S4. – Substrate-associated soil fungi forest diversity profiles. Figure S5. – Acid mine drainage bacteria and archaea (HiSeq) phylogenetic (UniFrac) and taxonomic (Jaccard) hierarchical dissimilarity clusters. Figure S6. – Acid mine drainage bacteria and archaea (GAIIx) phylogenetic (UniFrac) and taxonomic (Jaccard) hierarchical dissimilarity clusters. Figure S7. – Hypersaline lake viruses Cluster 667 phylogenetic (UniFrac) and taxonomic (Jaccard) hierarchical dissimilarity clusters. Figure S8. – Hypersaline lake viruses methyltransferase phylogenetic (UniFrac) and taxonomic (Jaccard) hierarchical dissimilarity clusters. Figure S9. – Hypersaline lake viruses concanavalin A-like glucanases/lectins phylogenetic (UniFrac) and taxonomic (Jaccard) hierarchical dissimilarity clusters. Figure S10. – Subsurface bacteria phylogenetic (UniFrac) and taxonomic (Jaccard) hierarchical dissimilarity clusters. Figure S11. – Substrate-associated soil fungi phylogenetic (UniFrac) and taxonomic (Jaccard) hierarchical dissimilarity clusters.

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Doll et al. BMC Microbiology 2013 13:259   doi:10.1186/1471-2180-13-259