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Plant responses to cold stress are often related to the accumulation of soluble sugar, which may counteract the osmotic stress caused by cold. In this study, cold induced a significant increase in the concentrations of soluble sugar Fig. Transcriptomics of the paper mulberry under cold stress After stringent quality checks and data cleaning, we obtained 12, , , raw reads containing a total of 9. Prior to annotation and differential expression analysis, sequencing saturation was assessed to confirm that enough sequencing data had been obtained for further analysis.
The results indicated that the sequencing data of five samples were sufficient for expression analysis data not shown. The number of DEGs expressed in every comparison was shown in Fig. According to their expression profiles, the 5, DEGs can be clustered into 8 groups Fig. The time was represented the sample that were treated under cold stress.
The expression pattern and the statistics of the differentially expressed genes in every pairwise comparison. According to their expression pattern, all of them could be divided into 8 groups by using the Mev 4. In the cellular component, total DEGs were identified as envelope term. In the molecular function, DEGs, accounted for In the biological process, DEGs were termed as hormone metabolic process and 1, DEGs were involved in the secondary metabolic process.
Most important, there were 2, DEGs were response to stress under the term of response to stimulus, including biotic stress 1, and abiotic stress 1, Among of these, there were , , 70 and DEGs were involved in carbohydrate metabolism, energy production, lipid metabolism and secondary metabolism, respectively. In addition, there were 1, DEGs, accounting for the Total DEGs could be annotated by GO and they mainly distributed in metabolic process, response to stimulus, catalytic, binding and organelle belonged to Biological process, Cellular components and Molecular function, respectively.
Except the function prediction only and function unkown, group O Posttranslational modification, protein turnover, and chaperones , J Translation, ribosomal structure and biogenesis , G carbohydrate metabolism , C energy production , E amino metabolism , P inorganic ion transport and metabolism , I lipid metabolism and Q secondary metabolism took up more than half of the total DEGs annotated in COG.
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However, based on the relatively low expression levels of SWEET17 in green tissues, it is unlikely that fructose is exported in high quantities from photosynthetic tissues, or SWEET17 is not a major transporter for fructose loading in the leaf tip. Impairment of membrane led to leakage of ions from cytosol through cell membranes. Contrasting the dGCNA results in green tissue, no clusters in white leaf tissue showed expression induction in response to light.