TABLE 4

Fungi that differed significantly by residue amendmenta

ComparisonExptbNo. of OTUscNo. of generadGenera shared between data setse
MR > MBKM_A (292)136 (70)29 (16)Aspergillus, Chaetomium, Coniella, Emericella, Epicoccum, Fusarium, Gibberella, Lasiodiplodia, Myrothecium, Paecilomyces, Paraconiothyrium, Penicillium, Phialosimplex, Phoma, Retroconis, Trichoderma
KM_B (322)133 (86)34 (16)
N_A (301)133 (76)35 (19)Aspergillus, Aureobasidium, Calonectria, Cladosporium, Cochliobolus, Coniella, Dokmaia, Edenia, Epicoccum, Eurotium, Fusarium, Gibberella, Haemonectria, Lasiodiplodia, Metarhizium, Penicillium, Phoma, Verticillium, Waitea
N_B (305)144 (89)36 (19)
MR < MBKM_A (292)64 (37)21 (7)Aspergillus, Ceratobasidium, Epicoccum, Fusarium, Gibberella, Haematonectria, Thanatephorus
KM_B (322)79 (37)24 (7)
N_A (301)57 (29)21 (7)Epicoccum, Fusarium, Gibberella, Haemonectria, Mycosphaerella, Nemania, Podospora
N_B (305)62 (31)17 (7)
  • a Significantly different at a P of <0.005. Abbreviations are the same as those listed in the tables above.

  • b Four independent experiments were performed at two field sites (Keur Matar [KM] or Nioro [N]) in 2013. Numbers in parentheses are the numbers of OTUs analyzed in DESeq2, which are the numbers of OTUs at >0.001% abundance.

  • c Numbers of fungal OTUs enriched by more than 2-fold for a particular experiment are listed (P < 0.005). Numbers in parentheses are the numbers of OTUs belonging to a named genus.

  • d Numbers of fungal genera enriched by more than 2-fold for a particular experiment are listed (P < 0.005). Numbers in parentheses are the numbers of genera shared between the two data sets.

  • e The names of only those genera whose patterns of enrichment were consistent in the two experiments at each location are listed, but those observed across all four experiments are in bold.