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Table 3 Relative abundance (%) of the most differentially abundant bacteria highlighted by LeFSe analysis (P ≤ 0.05 and LDA cutoff > 2.0) in sterile rectal swabs at birth in least-efficient (L-eff, n = 13) or most-efficient (M-eff, n = 13) heifer calves

From: Residual feed intake divergence during the preweaning period is associated with unique hindgut microbiome and metabolome profiles in neonatal Holstein heifer calves

BacteriaL-effM-eff
g_Kineococcus1.117a0.001b
g_Curtobacterium0.250b0.370a
g_Odoribacter0.668a0.130b
f_Marinifilaceae0.542a0.223b
f_Fimbriimonadaceae0.567a0.102b
g_Prevotellaceae UCG-0040.233a0.149b
o_Gastranaerophilales0.595a0.170b
o_Clostridiales0.357a0.057b
g_Acetitomaculum2.220a0.019b
g_Lachnospiraceae UCG-0100.648a0.175b
g_Tyzzerella 40.542a0.454b
g_Paeniclostridium0.340a0.005b
g_Ruminiclostridium 90.251a0.064b
g_Ruminococcaceae UCG-0101.119a0.110b
g_Ruminococcaceae UCG-0140.184a0.055b
g_Ruminococcaceae UCG-0130.797a0.239b
g_Gemmobacter0.316a0.000b
o_Rickettsiales0.045a0.000b
  1. a,bDifferent letters indicate significant differences due to the main maternal effect (P < 0.05)
  2. o order, f family, g genus