Data from: Weak phylogenetic signal in physiological traits of methane-oxidizing bacteria

Sascha Krause, Peter M. Van Bodegom, Will K. Cornwell & Paul L. E. Bodelier
The presence of phylogenetic signal is assumed to be ubiquitous. However, for microorganisms, this may not be true given that they display high physiological flexibility and have fast regeneration. This may result in fundamentally different patterns of resemblance, that is, in variable strength of phylogenetic signal. However, in microbiological inferences, trait similarities and therewith microbial interactions with its environment are mostly assumed to follow evolutionary relatedness. Here, we tested whether indeed a straightforward relationship between...
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