Diet shapes the gut microbiota of the omnivorous cockroach Blattella germanica.

Abstract:

:The gut microbiota of insects contributes positively to the physiology of its host mainly by participating in food digestion, protecting against pathogens, or provisioning vitamins or amino acids, but the dynamics of this complex ecosystem is not well understood so far. In this study, we have characterized the gut microbiota of the omnivorous cockroach Blattella germanica by pyrosequencing the hypervariable regions V1-V3 of the 16S rRNA gene of the whole bacterial community. Three diets differing in the protein content (0, 24 and 50%) were tested at two time points in lab-reared individuals. In addition, the gut microbiota of wild adult cockroaches was also analyzed. In contrast to the high microbial richness described on the studied samples, only few species are shared by wild and lab-reared cockroaches, constituting the bacterial core in the gut of B. germanica. Overall, we found that the gut microbiota of B. germanica is highly dynamic as the bacterial composition was reassembled in a diet-specific manner over a short time span, with no-protein diet promoting high diversity, although the highest diversity was found in the wild cockroaches analyzed. We discuss how the flexibility of the gut microbiota is probably due to its omnivorous life style and varied diets.

journal_name

FEMS Microbiol Ecol

authors

Pérez-Cobas AE,Maiques E,Angelova A,Carrasco P,Moya A,Latorre A

doi

10.1093/femsec/fiv022

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2015-04-01 00:00:00

issue

4

eissn

0168-6496

issn

1574-6941

pii

fiv022

journal_volume

91

pub_type

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