Comparison of CAZymes among fungi pathogenic to monocots and dicots. (A) The number of members in each CAZyme class and CBMs in the predicted proteomes were plotted for fungi that infect dicots (red dots) or monocots (black dots). (B) The number of CAZymes which showed obvious differentiation among fungi that infect dicots or monocots. Dicot pathogens have more pectinases from families GH28 (P < 0.01), GH88 (P < 0.01) and GH105 (P < 0.01) than fungi pathogenic to monocots. Although the significance of the comparison was not supported by the t test (P > 0.05), some dicot pathogens tend to have much more PL1 and PL3 enzymes than monocot pathogens. See Figure 1 for abbreviations.