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Table 3 Total number of putative CAZy genes, including glycoside hydrolase (GH), carbohydrate esterase (CE), auxiliary activity (AA) and polysaccharide lyase (PL) genes in selected genomes

From: Bamboo lignocellulose degradation by gut symbiotic microbiota of the bamboo snout beetle Cyrtotrachelus buqueti

  GHa CEa AAa PLa
45 Lactococcus genomes 8–23b
9–51c
0–3
0–6
0–1
0–2
0–1
0–2
72 Serratia genomes 2–27
3–90
0–5
0–6
0–2
0–4
0–6
0–12
86 Enterococcus genomes 15–34
28–121
1–6
1–11
0–1
0–8
0–3
0–4
4 Dysgonomonas genomes 43–55
131–223
7–8
23–28
0–0
0–0
0–3
0–6
C. hutchinsonii ATCC 33406 19
50
7
14
0
0
3
3
  1. This table also contains total number of CAZy genes number in selected genomes for the four genera of the core digestive microbiota of the insect and of Cytophaga hutchinsonii ATCC 33406, a model bacterium for cellulose degradation [21]. For more details on the CAZyme content, see Additional file 7: Table S2
  2. C. hutchinsonii Cytophaga hutchinsonii. Data retrieved from the CAZy databases (http://www.cazy.org)
  3. aCAZyme class
  4. bTotal number of CAZyme families in the given class
  5. cTotal number of CAZyme genes in the given class