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Table 3 Gene co-expression network modules that are significantly correlated with treatment with Zymoseptoria tritici

From: Insights into the resistance of a synthetically-derived wheat to Septoria tritici blotch disease: less is more

Dataset Module Number of genes Cc (Treatment) Hub gene BLASTn Top Hit
T. aestivum Z. tritici
Longbow 3 3329 3101 0.68 Mycgr3T99044 Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase
17 904 1 0.59 TraesCS5B02G056700.1 L-type lectin-domain containing receptor kinase
31 438 19 0.56 TraesCS7A02G198300.1 probable galacturonosyltransferase-like 9
155 44 39 0.53 Mycgr3T71062 Hypothetical protein
177 27 28 0.52 Mycgr3T83303 putative major facilitator superfamily transporter
103 59 86 0.5 Mycgr3T47614 Hypothetical protein
Stigg 2 3739 3305 0.63 Mycgr3T44978 Hypothetical protein
20 710 0 0.56 TraesCS5D02G472000.1 Probable inorganic phosphate transporter 1–8
31 266 172 0.59 Mycgr3T109435 Proteoglycan-like protein
  1. Cc is the correlation coefficient of the module to treatment. Hub genes are the most connected gene within the network module, which were annotated by BLASTn search to the NCBI non-redundant nucleotide database. Gene IDs that start with ‘Mycgr’ are Z tritici genes. Genes that start with ‘Traes’ are Triticum aestivum genes