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Fig. 5 | BMC Plant Biology

Fig. 5

From: De novo transcriptome assembly from flower buds of dioecious, gynomonoecious and chemically masculinized female Coccinia grandis reveals genes associated with sex expression and modification

Fig. 5

Pairwise comparisons of transcript abundance. MA plots showing average log fold change (logFC) vs average log of counts among (a) female (early-staged) vs. male (early-staged) transcripts, (b) female (early-staged) vs. GyM-H (early-staged) transcripts, (c) Ag-H (early-staged) vs. female (early-staged) transcripts and (d) GyM-H (middle-staged) vs. male (middle-staged) across replicates. Volcano plots showing differentially expressed transcripts in relation to FDR (False discovery rate) for (e) female (early-staged) vs. male (early-staged) transcripts, (f) female (early-staged) vs. GyM-H (early-staged) transcripts, (g) Ag-H (early-staged) vs. female (early-staged) transcripts and (h) GyM-H (middle-staged) vs. male (middle-staged). Features found DE at FDR <0.05 are colored red. Features with P-values at most 1e-3 and at least 2^2 fold change are differentially expressed

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