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Table 2 Relative cysteine contents by secretome size, phylogeny and lifestyle

From: Compositions of fungal secretomes indicate a greater impact of phylogenetic history than lifestyle adaptation

A) Stringent definition: cysteine-rich ≥4 cysteines and ≥5% cysteines
  Species C-rich total (%) SSPs (%) SSCPs (%)
Overall 36 6.3 47 5.5
Secretome size     
 Class 1 14 3.2 41 2.8
 Class 2 16 7.6 49 6.7
 Class 3 6 9.6 57 8.6
Phylogeny     
 Oomycota 3 6.1 56 4.7
 Saccharomycotina 9 2.2 42 2.1
 Pezizomycotina 11 8.6 47 7.5
 Basidiomycota 8 8.6 48 8.0
Lifestyle     
 Saprophyte 15 5.9 43 5.4
 Plant pathogen 11 8.0 52 7.0
 Animal pathogen 8 3.7 44 2.8
B) Relaxed definition: cysteine-rich ≥4 cysteines
  Species C-rich total (%) SSPs (%) SSCPs (%)
Overall 36 60 47 21
Secretome size     
 class 1 14 61 41 16
 class 2 16 61 49 23
 class 3 6 57 57 26
Phylogeny     
 Oomycota 3 56 56 21
 Saccharomycotina 9 60 42 15
 Pezizomycotina 11 65 47 24
 Basidiomycota 8 59 48 22
Lifestyle     
 saprophyte 15 62 43 20
 plant pathogen 11 58 52 23
 animal pathogen 8 62 44 18
  1. Numbers of species and average contents of total cysteine-rich proteins, SSPs and SSCPs in total secretomes in secretome size-, phylogenetic and lifestyle-groupings containing at least three species; SSP & SSCP ≤ 300 residues without signal peptides.