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From: Dietary energy sources and levels shift the multi-kingdom microbiota and functions in the rumen of lactating dairy cows

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Co-occurrence network based on the significant correlations (P < 0.05) based on relative abundance of major genera (each having a relative abundance ≥0.1% in at least one of the dietary treatments) of rumen microbiota. The microbial taxa nodes exclusively found in each dietary treatment were also presented. The size of the nodes represents the sum of the weights of the interactions connected. HE, high energy; LE, low energy; GC, ground corn; SFC, steam-flaked corn. LE-specific nodes: one bacterial genus (Succinivibrio) and 16 fungal genera (Pyrenochaetopsis, Debaryomyces, Epicoccum, Orpinomyces, Gibberella, Bullera, Hannaella, Alternaria, Papiliotrema, Dioszegia, Penicillium, Cladosporium, Dipodascus, Saitozyma, Acremonium, and Sporobolomyces); HE-specific nodes: three bacterial genera (Prevotella, RFN20, and BF311), one fungal genus (Meyerozyma), and two protozoal genera (Dasytricha and Entodinium); GC-specific nodes: 10 fungal genera (Erythrobasidium, Sarocladium, Papiliotrema, Vishniacozyma, Acremonium, Sporobolomyces, Phaeosphaeria, Gibberella, Saitozyma, and Cladosporium) and one protozoal genus (Entodinium); SFC-specific nodes: one bacterial genus (Ruminobacter) and four fungal genera (Hanseniaspora, Cyberlindnera, Kurtzmanomyces, and Alternaria)

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