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Table 1 Percentage of plant degrading cell wall enzymes that are up regulated, number of genes expressed in compost, casing layer or fruiting bodies grouped by polysaccharide and their putative function

From: Carbohydrate utilization and metabolism is highly differentiated in Agaricus bisporus

Polysaccharide CAZy families No. genes Compost Casing layer Fruiting bodies
Xylan GH10,11,43,115 19 89 5 5
CE1,5,15
Xyloglucan GH12,21,31*,74,95 5 100 0 0
Cellulose GH1*,5*,3,6,7,9,61 22 64 9 14
Chitin/xylan CE4* 11 36 9 27
Pectin GH2,28,35,51,53,78,88,105 26 96 12 4
CE8,12
PL1,3,4
Mannan GH1*,5*,27 5 60 40 0
Starch GH13,15,31* 15 31 0 19
  1. *not all genes of the family are related to designated polysaccharide.
  2. GH: Glycoside Hydrolase, CE: Carbohydrate Esterase, PL: Polysaccharide Lyase.
  3. A detailed list of the genes of these CAZy can be found in Additional file 5.