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Table 2 Proteins with decreased abundance in “Dongcha11” shoots newly germinated in winter compared to spring tender shoots

From: Comparative proteomics reveals the physiological differences between winter tender shoots and spring tender shoots of a novel tea (Camellia sinensis L.) cultivar evergrowing in winter

Spot No. Protein name Species Accession Ratio Mascot score MS coverage% Theoretical Mr.(kDa)/pI Expressed Mr.(kDa)/pI
Metabolism /Sugars and polysaccharides
 25 Fructokinase Actinidia eriantha P37829 0.45 45 3 33.97/5.4 32.18/5.16
 26 Phosphomannomutase Nicotiana tabacum Q1W375 0.05 37 7 28.79/5.7 26.47/7.17
 27 Eukaryotic galactinol synthase Camellia sinensis AFR79417 0.19 59 6 33.78/6.0 30.87/6.27
Secondary metabolism
 28 Flavonol synthase Camellia sinensis ABM88786 0.46 518 29 37.60/5.5 38.57/5.42
 29 Bifunctional 3-dehydroquinate dehydratase/shikimate dehydrog Arabidopsis thaliana Q9SQT8 0.12 58 1 66.10/6.4 58.43/6.93
Disease/defense
 30 Monodehydroascorbate reductase Camellia sinensis ACH87167 0.46 53 3 47.37/6.0 38.99/6.08
 31 PREDICTED: protein lin-28 homolog Brachypodium distachyon XP_003562975 <0.01 58 13 19.64/5.9 18.47/4.96
Protein of unknown functions
 32 Unknown Picea sitchensis ABK23421 0.49 70 5 42.93/9.5 30.04/5.41
 33 Predicted protein Populus trichocarpa XP_002298565 0.41 86 4 56.61/5.8 57.00/5.66
  1. Only protein spots that changed in abundance at least 2-fold in at least two of three replicates are included
  2. Ratio: Protein abundance in winter shoots/ Protein abundance in spring shoots