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Correction: Network Analysis Reveals Ecological Links between N-Fixing Bacteria and Wood-Decaying Fungi

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Correction: Network Analysis Reveals Ecological Links between N-Fixing Bacteria and Wood-Decaying Fungi

  • The PLOS ONE Staff
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Supplementary Table S1 is incorrect. Please see a corrected version of Supplementary Table S1 below.

In addition, the title and legend of Supplementary Table S1 is incorrect. The correct title and legend are:

Supporting Information

Table S1.

Sequence percentage identity of MOTUs taxonomically assigned through BLASTn against GenBank (uncultured/ environmental sample sequences excluded). 19 MOTUs were assigned to Rhizobiales at a 95% similarity threshold (65 MOTUs at ≥90%). A total of 80 MOTUs were identified to genus level.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0091389.s001

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In addition, the 10th sentence of the "PCR Clone Library Analysis and Clustering" section of the Results is incorrect. The 10th sentence should read: "Roughly 11% of the 176 MOTUs could be assigned to Rhizobiales at ≥97% similiarity percentage through BLASTn against GenBank (Table S1)."

In addition, in the 10th sentence of the "Characterization and Diversity of nifH Sequences in Dead Wood," the term "Fig. 6" incorrectly links to Figure 6 in the article. The term refers to a figure in another paper cited in the article.

Reference

  1. 1. Hoppe B, Kahl T, Karasch P, Wubet T, Bauhus J, et al. (2014) Network Analysis Reveals Ecological Links between N-Fixing Bacteria and Wood-Decaying Fungi. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88141