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Table 4 KEGG assigned differentially expressed proteins between Temple and Murcott mandarin hybrid fruit in metabolic pathways

From: Proteomic and metabolomic analyses provide insight into production of volatile and non-volatile flavor components in mandarin hybrid fruit

KEGG pathway Pathway Enzyme number
Carbohydrate metabolism Amino sugar and nucleotide sugar metabolism ec:2.7.7.9, ec:3.2.1.14, ec:5.1.3.2,ec:5.4.2.2
  Ascorbate and aldarate metabolism ec:1.10.3.3, ec:1.11.1.11, ec:1.6.5.4
  Butanoate metabolism ec:4.1.1.15
  Tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA) ec:1.1.1.37, ec:1.1.1.42, ec:2.3.1.12, ec:2.3.3.1, ec:4.1.1.49
  Fructose and mannose metabolism ec:2.7.1.11, ec:2.7.1.90, ec:4.1.2.13,ec:5.3.1.1
  Galactose metabolism ec:2.7.1.11, ec:2.7.7.9, ec:5.1.3.2, ec:5.4.2.2
  Glycerophospholipid metabolism ec:3.1.4.4
  Glycolysis/Gluconeogenesis ec:1.2.1.12, ec:2.3.1.12, ec:2.7.1.11, ec:2.7.2.3, ec:4.1.1.1, ec:4.1.1.49, ec:4.1.2.13, ec:5.1.3.3, ec:5.3.1.1, ec:5.4.2.2
  Glyoxylate and dicarboxylate metabolism ec:1.1.1.37, ec:1.11.1.6, ec:2.3.3.1
  Pentose and glucuronate interconversions ec:2.7.7.9, ec:3.1.1.11
  Pentose phosphate pathway ec:1.1.1.49, ec:2.7.1.11, ec:4.1.2.13, ec:5.4.2.2
  Pyruvate metabolism ec:1.1.1.37, ec:2.3.1.12, ec:4.1.1.49, ec:4.4.1.5
Amino acid metabolism Alanine, aspartate and glutamate metabolism ec:2.6.1.1, ec:2.6.1.2, ec:4.1.1.15
  Arginine and proline metabolism ec:2.6.1.1, ec:3.5.3.1
  beta-Alanine metabolism ec:4.1.1.15
  Cysteine and methionine metabolism ec:2.6.1.1
  Glutathione metabolism ec:1.1.1.42, ec:1.1.1.49, ec:1.11.1.11, ec:1.11.1.12, ec:1.11.1.15, ec:1.11.1.9, ec:2.5.1.18
  Phenylalanine metabolism ec:1.11.1.7,ec:2.6.1.1
  Phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis ec:2.6.1.1
  Taurine and hypotaurine metabolism ec:4.1.1.15
  Tryptophan metabolism ec:1.11.1.6
  Tyrosine metabolism ec:2.6.1.1
  Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation ec:2.3.1.168
Other secondary metabolites Isoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis ec:2.6.1.1
  Novobiocin biosynthesis ec:2.6.1.1
  Tropane, piperidine and pyridine alkaloid biosynthesis ec:1.11.1.6
  Streptomycin biosynthesis ec:5.4.2.2
Energy metabolism Carbon fixation in photosynthetic organisms ec:1.1.1.37, ec:2.6.1.1, ec:2.6.1.2, ec:2.7.2.3, ec:4.1.1.49, ec:4.1.2.13, ec:5.3.1.1
  Carbon fixation pathways in prokaryotes ec:1.1.1.37, ec:1.1.1.42
  Inositol phosphate metabolism ec:5.3.1.1
  Methane metabolism ec:1.1.1.37, ec:1.11.1.6, ec:1.11.1.7, ec:2.7.1.11, ec:4.1.2.13
  Oxidative phosphorylation ec:3.6.3.6
Lipid metabolism alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism ec:5.3.99.6
  Arachidonic acid metabolism ec:1.11.1.9
  Ether lipid metabolism ec:3.1.4.4
  Primary bile acid biosynthesis ec:1.3.1.3
  Steroid degradation ec:1.1.1.145
  Steroid hormone biosynthesis ec:1.1.1.145, ec:1.3.1.3
Metabolism of terpenoids and polyketides Terpenoid backbone biosynthesis ec:5.3.3.2
Nucleotide metabolism Arginine and proline metabolism ec:3.5.3.11
  Cysteine and methionine metabolism ec:4.4.1.14
  Purine metabolism ec:3.6.1.3, ec:5.4.2.2
Xenobiotics biodegradation and metabolism Chlorocyclohexane and chlorobenzene degradation ec:3.1.1.45
  Drug metabolism - cytochrome P450 ec:2.5.1.18
  Fluorobenzoate degradation ec:3.1.1.45
  Metabolism of xenobiotics by cytochrome P450 ec:2.5.1.18
  Toluene degradation ec:3.1.1.45