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Fig. S1 Numbers of cases of fungal infections in deciduous vs evergreen trees found in the reports on temperate systems.

Fig. S2 Numbers of cases of fungal infections in herbaceous and woody hosts growing under different light conditions found in the reports on temperate systems.

Fig. S3 Numbers of cases of infections by biotrophs and necrotrophs in herbaceous and woody hosts growing under different light conditions found in the reports on temperate systems.

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Table S1 Cases of fungal infections in tropical wild plant species that were used for the present analysis (Figs 4-6)

Table S2 Cases of fungal infections in temperate systems that were used for the present analysis (Supporting Information Figs S1–S3)