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This PDF file includes:

  • table S1. Mean, SE, median, minimum, and maximum values of viral abundance in each of the water masses identified in the mesopelagic layer (200 to 1000 m).
  • table S2. Mean, SE, median, minimum, and maximum values of viral abundance according to the water masses in the bathypelagic layer (1000 to 4000 m).
  • table S3. Results of the multivariate multiple regression analyses to explain variability of viral abundance in the epipelagic layer (0 to 200 m).
  • table S4. Results of the multivariate multiple regression analyses to explain variability of viral abundance in the mesopelagic layer (200 to 1000 m).
  • table S5. Results of the multivariate multiple regression analyses to explain variability of viral abundance in the bathypelagic layer (1000 to 4000 m).
  • table S6. Values of VPL and VPLG.
  • table S7. Mean and SE of the estimated C, N, and P released by viruses and that incorporated by grazers in the three layers (surface, DCM, and bathypelagic).
  • fig. S1. Viral abundance with depth along the entire cruise visualized with Ocean Data View.
  • fig. S2. VPL and VPLG and prokaryotic mortality due to viruses.

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • data file S1 (Microsoft Excel format). List of all the environmental and biological variables used in this study.

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