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Rainfall data were collected from two sources: (a) official meteorological published by the national weather service of Brazil; and (b) data from more than 100 rain gauges and weather stations located in the municipalities cited in Table S2.
Square Root Transform analysis removes the multiplicative effect of genetic variation from the original data, allowing data to be plotted on a scale that is linear and similar in magnitude to traditional measures of divergence like genetic diversity and LD . The square root transform removes the variance introduced into the data by loci with a mean effect, and those loci that increase or decrease the mean. In a way, the process of square root transformation "untransforms" the overall mean and variance; thereby eliminating the bias that would result from geometric distance between loci. Square root transformation is an important aspect of this study because many are unable to interpret genetic primary data, being effectively univariate data. Hence, the Square root transform allowed the presentation of bivariate results in a way that is more readily comparable to classic findings in molecular evolution. The transform is not unique to molecular data, and is a common method for converting epistasis to standard departures from Hardy–Weinberg loci genotype frequencies commonly used in quantitative genetics .
OTUs were predicted from 38,643 16S rRNA (V5–V7) sequences, with a 98% similarity threshold of 0.03. These OTUs were assigned to 255 genera. The combination of all sequences (assembled into overlapping contigs by amplicon sequencing platform) was matched against reference sequences, via BLASTN search. Placement of a contig (i.e. d2c66b5586