pylori, the gastric microbiome is much more diverse, consisting of about 50 percent Actinobacteria and 25 percent Firmicutes
The dominant five phyla observed in stool samples have been Firmicutes
, Bacteroidetes , Proteobacteria , Actinobacteria , and Fusobacteria , ranked in the order of abundance.
and Bacteroidetes were predominant bacterial phyla, while Euryarchaeota was the most predominant archaeal phylum.
However, the majority of the reports have indicated that Bacteroidetes is closely related with the obesity-associated microbiota along with Firmicutes
In episodes of rejection, the proportions of phylum Firmicutes
and the order Lactobacillales have shown a significant decrease, whereas the phylum Proteobacteria, and especially the Enterobacteriaceae, have increased significantly.
On Day 1 after the addition of C and N, the CF soils had a relatively larger proportion of Actinobacteria and Firmicutes
and smaller proportion of Bacteroidetes and Proteobacteria than the HV soils.
polymyxin B, increased Firmicutes
and decreased Proteobacteria as well as hepatic inflammation in Western diet-fed FXR KO male mice.
As in previous studies, the Spanish subjects with SLE had a lower ratio of Firmicutes
to Bacteroidetes gut bacteria than healthy people.
Microscopic and macroscopic identification showed that rhizosphere bacteria in Cilembu sweet potato can be classified into three different groups, namely Firmicutes
, Proteobacteria, and Actinobacteria (Fig.
The phylum Proteobacteria was the dominant bacterial group in WF, and ranked second after Firmicutes
in AF (Fig.
Biogas has also been produced by digesting the shochu distillation waste with a diverse microbial community including methanogens and bacteria from the phyla, Firmicutes
and Bacteroidetes, in a full-scale, fixed-bed reactor (KOBAYASHI et al.
At the phylum level, the abundance of Bacteroidetes was increased and Firmicutes
was diminished by LDC (Figure 5C).