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Research on the Microbial Community Structure of Wooden Relics and the Preservation of Water Environment: Illumina MiSeq Sequencing

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Abstract: [Objective] Microorganisms are an important disease in archaeological wood lacquer. The effect of single microorganism on the erosion of wooden relics is small, but the microbial community is more harmful to the wooden relics. Therefore, it is very important to acquaint the microbial community structure of wooden relics and their preservation environment. [Methods] Illumina MiSeq sequencing method was used in this study to explore wood relics and full water environmental microbial community structure. [Results] The results showed that the level of wood samples was distributed in 17 phyla containing 6 dominant bacteria, and water samples in 21 containing 7 dominant phyla. In the family level, the wood samples were distributed in 64 with 8 dominant families, while the water samples were distributed in 93 with 10 dominant families. At the level of the genus, the wood samples were distributed in 72 with 8 dominant genera, while the water samples were distributed in 105 with 10 dominant genera. [Conclusion] Most of the microbes in the wood samples are the same as those in the water environment, but there are differences in the community distribution.

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