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Table 1 Gene ontology categories corresponding to genes differentially regulated by As in Arabidopsis accessions exposed to As

From: Transcriptome profiling of genes and pathways associated with arsenic toxicity and tolerance in Arabidopsis

Biological process Accessiona No. genesa Background False discovery rates
Upregulated generally by As (V)
Heat response Col-0, Ws-2 49, 32 114 1.70E-27, 1.95E-25
Oxidative stress Col-0, Ws-2 42, 29 258 1.06E-9, 2.87E-13
Chitin response Col-0, Ws-2 41, 11 127 7.05E-19, 1,39E-5
Metal ion response Col-0, Ws-2 44, 17 367 2.58E-06, 0.00799
Carbohydrate stimulus Col-0, Ws-2 50, 14 203 5.80E-21, 0.000626
Upregulated specifically by As (V)
Ethylene response Col-0 (Ws-2) 16, ( 5 ) 143 5.01E-05
ABA response Col-0 (Ws-2) 14, ( 6 ) 262 0.00773
Heat acclimation Col-0 (Ws-2) 5 ( 2 ) 15 0.00154
Osmotic stress Ws-2 (Col-0) 16 ( 7 ) 391 0.0346
Toxin response Ws-2 (Col-0) 16 ( 10 ) 66 5.54E-12
Downregulated generally by As (V)
Cell wall organization Col-0, Ws-2 49, 12 263 3.01E-12, 3.81E-05
Secondary metabolic process Col-0, Ws-2 47, 18 359 2.50E-07, 9.42E-06
Cytokinin response Col-0, Ws-2 8, 6 75 0.0196, 0.0066
Glycoside biosynthesis Col-0, Ws-2 12,11 32 8.31E-06, 4.30E-11
Transport Col-0, Ws-2 73,33 1732 0.0499, 0.0289
Downregulated specifically by As (V)
Receptor protein signaling Col-0 30 130 1,96E-09
  1. aAccession specificity were identified according to false discovery rates (FDR < 0.05) of gene ontology analysis. Accession and no. of genes in parentheses refers to FDR > 0.05 in each gene ontology term.