Figure 1: The distribution of unique plant species and fungal genus combinations contained in MycoDB.

From: MycoDB, a global database of plant response to mycorrhizal fungi

Figure 1: The distribution of unique plant species and fungal genus combinations contained in MycoDB.
Figure 1

Larger figure (a) shows the overall distribution of unique plant fungal combinations (669 total) in the database with the most common combination being Pinus pinaster inoculated with Pisolithus (106 studies). Inset graphs separate AM (b) and EM (c) fungal studies and highlight the 10 most common plant species in each subset. Numbers next to plant names on insets indicate the quantity of studies in MycoDB that utilize that plant host. Lines next to plant names indicate the number of fungal genera used to inoculate a particular plant species across studies.