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Fig. 4

From: Transcriptomic analysis reveals key factors in fruit ripening and rubbery texture caused by 1-MCP in papaya

Fig. 4

Effect of 1-MCP treatments on the transcripmics analysis. a, The number of DEGs derived from comparison between the 1-MCP (2 h) on 1 d and 6 d samples and the control samples at each time point and the number of DEGs derived from comparison between the 1-MCP (16 h) on 1 d and 6 d samples and the control samples at each time point. b, The number of DEGs derived from comparison between the 1-MCP (16 h) on 1 d and 6 d samples and the 1-MCP (2 h) samples at each time point. Up and down arrows denote genes up- or down-regulated treated samples. Software (http://bioinformatics.psb.ugent.be/webtools/Venn/) was used for the Venn diagram. c, d, e The most enriched pathways identified with KEGG Orthology-Based Annotation System (KOBAS) 2.0 in papaya fruit after they were harvested at 1 d and 6 d under 1-MCP treatment of 2 h and 16 h compared to control (c, d), and in comparison of 1-MCP treatment (400, 16 h) and the 1-MCP (400, 2 h) condition on 1DAT and 6 DAT (e), respectively. f, Top 20 enrichment GO term of DEGs comparison of 1-MCP treatment (400, 16 h) and the 1-MCP (400, 2 h) condition on 1 DAT and 6 DAT

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