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Expression Analysis of Apocheima cinerarius Ershoff from Different Geographical Populations through Illumina RNA-seq

Expression Analysis of Apocheima cinerarius Ershoff from Different Geographical Populations through Illumina RNA-seq

Lei Wang1, Lu Yang2, Lei Luo1, Yaqi Gao1*, Jian Gao1 and Ping Liu1

1Institute of Mordern Forestry, Xinjiang Academy of Forestry, Urumqi 830000, China 
2Xinjiang Academy of Forestry, Urumqi 830000, China

*      Corresponding author: gyq611003@163.com

Fig. 1.

Distribution of FPKM density.

Fig. 2.

Hierarchical cluster analysis of DEGs. The comparison of male adult A. cinerarius (A), female adult A. cinerarius (B) and A. cinerarius pupae (C) between south and north Xinjiang.

Fig. 3.

GO classification of DEGs. The comparison of male adult A. cinerarius (A), female adult A. cinerarius (B) and A. cinerarius pupa (C) between south and north Xinjiang.

Fig. 4.

COG classification of DEGs. The comparison of male adult A. cinerarius (A), female adult A. cinerarius (B) and A. cinerarius pupa (C) between south and north Xinjiang. The abscissa for the content of the COG, the ordinate for the number of genes.

Fig. 5.

KEGG classification of DEGs. The comparison of male adult A. cinerarius (A), female adult A. cinerarius (B) and A. cinerarius pupa (C) between south and north Xinjiang. Note: The abscissa for Name of the KEGG metabolic pathway, the ordinate for the number of genes annotated.

Fig. 6.

Enrichment distribution of DEGs in the KEGG pathway. The comparison of male adult A. cinerarius (A), female adult A. cinerarius (B) and A. cinerarius pupa (C) between south and north Xinjiang. Note: Each figure represents a KEGG pathway, the larger the vertical axis the more reliable expression of DEGs in this pathway.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

August

Vol. 52, Iss. 4, Pages 1225-1630

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