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Fig. 6 | BMC Plant Biology

Fig. 6

From: Rice stripe virus-derived siRNAs play different regulatory roles in rice and in the insect vector Laodelphax striatellus

Fig. 6

Common vsiRNAs in RSV-infected rice and planthopper potentially target genes with different functionalities. a, b Gene ontology (GO) enrichment analysis of the down-regulated genes that were potentially targeted by the 50 most highly expressed common vsiRNAs in RSV-infected rice (a) and viruliferous planthopper (b). c Target genes of common vsiRNA in the two hosts that show sequence homology. Blue circles represents common vsiRNAs. Black arrows represent vsiRNA-target relationship. Colored boxes with ā€œAā€-ā€œDā€ labels represent predicted target genes. The genes targeted by the same vsiRNA in the two hosts are labeled by the same letter because they show sequence homology, the level of which is indicated above the black arrow

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