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Table 4

Antibiotic resistance patterns for 80 resistance strains in two lakes

Resistance to multiplicityResistance phenotypeSource and quantity of samples (strains)
Total (plant)
FQXQ
#1a AMPb 12 
SMZ 
TET ND NDc 
CIP ND ND 
CTX ND ND 
#2 AMP, SMZ 
AMP, TET 
AMP, CIP ND 
AMP, CTX 24 17 41 
#3 AMP, SMZ, TET 
AMP, CIP, CTX ND 
#4 AMP, SMZ, TET, CIP ND 
AMP, SMZ, TET, CTX 
#5 AMP, SMZ, TET, CIP, CTX ND 
Resistance to multiplicityResistance phenotypeSource and quantity of samples (strains)
Total (plant)
FQXQ
#1a AMPb 12 
SMZ 
TET ND NDc 
CIP ND ND 
CTX ND ND 
#2 AMP, SMZ 
AMP, TET 
AMP, CIP ND 
AMP, CTX 24 17 41 
#3 AMP, SMZ, TET 
AMP, CIP, CTX ND 
#4 AMP, SMZ, TET, CIP ND 
AMP, SMZ, TET, CTX 
#5 AMP, SMZ, TET, CIP, CTX ND 

a#1: single-resistance phenotype, #2:2 heavy resistance phenotype, #3:3 heavy resistance phenotype, #4:4 heavy resistance phenotype, #5:5 heavy resistance phenotype.

bAMP, Ampicillin; SMZ, Sulfamethoxazole; TET, Tetracycline; CIP, Ciprofloxacin; CTX, Cefotaxime.

cND, none detected.

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