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Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units <t>(OTUs)</t> at 16 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake <t>(RFI)</t> and (B) performance traits [total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 14 days post-hatch] in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B) .
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Article Title: Feed Restriction Modulates the Fecal Microbiota Composition, Nutrient Retention, and Feed Efficiency in Chickens Divergent in Residual Feed Intake

Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.02698

Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 16 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI) and (B) performance traits [total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 14 days post-hatch] in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B) .
Figure Legend Snippet: Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 16 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI) and (B) performance traits [total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 14 days post-hatch] in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B) .

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Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 29 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI), (B) phosphorus retention (Pret), and (C) performance traits (total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 30 days post-hatch) in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, Pret, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and Pret, and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B,C) .
Figure Legend Snippet: Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 29 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI), (B) phosphorus retention (Pret), and (C) performance traits (total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 30 days post-hatch) in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, Pret, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and Pret, and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B,C) .

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Article Title: Feed Restriction Modulates the Fecal Microbiota Composition, Nutrient Retention, and Feed Efficiency in Chickens Divergent in Residual Feed Intake
Article Snippet: Representative sequences of the most abundant OTUs that were differently affected by time point, restrictive feeding, and RFI were additionally classified against the National Center for Biotechnology Information ( NCBI ) nucleotide database using Blastn for taxonomic classification ( https://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ ).

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    Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units <t>(OTUs)</t> at 16 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake <t>(RFI)</t> and (B) performance traits [total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 14 days post-hatch] in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B) .
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    Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 16 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI) and (B) performance traits [total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 14 days post-hatch] in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B) .

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: Feed Restriction Modulates the Fecal Microbiota Composition, Nutrient Retention, and Feed Efficiency in Chickens Divergent in Residual Feed Intake

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.02698

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 16 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI) and (B) performance traits [total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 14 days post-hatch] in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B) .

    Article Snippet: Representative sequences of the most abundant OTUs that were differently affected by time point, restrictive feeding, and RFI were additionally classified against the National Center for Biotechnology Information ( NCBI ) nucleotide database using Blastn for taxonomic classification ( https://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ ).

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    Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 29 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI), (B) phosphorus retention (Pret), and (C) performance traits (total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 30 days post-hatch) in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, Pret, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and Pret, and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B,C) .

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: Feed Restriction Modulates the Fecal Microbiota Composition, Nutrient Retention, and Feed Efficiency in Chickens Divergent in Residual Feed Intake

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.02698

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Determination of potential key operational taxonomic units (OTUs) at 29 days post-hatch for (A) residual feed intake (RFI), (B) phosphorus retention (Pret), and (C) performance traits (total feed intake (TFI) and total body weight gain (TBWG) between 9 and 30 days post-hatch) in chickens ranked on RFI and fed either ad libitum or restrictively. Covariations between the relative abundances of bacterial OTUs in the feces and RFI, Pret, and performance traits using sparse partial least squares regression. The OTUs were included in the analysis if they occurred in at least half of the chickens. The network is displayed graphically as nodes (OTUs and Pret, and performance traits) and edges (biological relationships between the nodes), with the edge color intensity indicating the level of the association: red = positive, and green = negative. Only the strongest pairwise associations were displayed, with score threshold depending of the respective association. The association scores are indicated under each edge. The cut-off threshold for the pairwise associations scores were 0.20 (positive and negative) in (A) , and 0.30 (positive and negative) in (B,C) .

    Article Snippet: Representative sequences of the most abundant OTUs that were differently affected by time point, restrictive feeding, and RFI were additionally classified against the National Center for Biotechnology Information ( NCBI ) nucleotide database using Blastn for taxonomic classification ( https://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ ).

    Techniques: