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Additional file 7: of A new reference genome for Sorghum bicolor reveals high levels of sequence similarity between sweet and grain genotypes: implications for the genetics of sugar metabolism

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posted on 2019-05-27, 05:00 authored by Elizabeth Cooper, Zachary Brenton, Barry Flinn, Jerry Jenkins, Shengqiang Shu, Dave Flowers, Feng Luo, Yunsheng Wang, Penny Xia, Kerrie Barry, Chris Daum, Anna Lipzen, Yuko Yoshinaga, Jeremy Schmutz, Christopher Saski, Wilfred Vermerris, Stephen Kresovich
Table S5. Predicted SNP effects for the top 50 Internode DEGs. Genes correspond to those shown in Fig. 5. Columns 4–31 are taken directly from the output of the program snpEff. Details can be found in the snpEff reference manual. Column 32 (GT.pvalue) is the significance of the Genotype x Time interaction term in the differential expression analysis. Columns 33–37 are the Fold Changes at each developmental stage, calculated as Rio/PR22 (Sweet/Non-Sweet). (XLSX 19 kb)


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