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Fig. 4

From: A combination of genome-wide association study and transcriptome analysis in leaf epidermis identifies candidate genes involved in cuticular wax biosynthesis in Brassica napus

Fig. 4

Differentially expressed genes between high-wax load (HW) lines and low-wax load (LW) lines. a The number of differentially expressed genes between HW lines and LW lines. b, c and d Annotation map of KEGG pathway of differentially expressed genes involved in fatty acid elongation, wax biosynthesis, and cutin and suberin biosynthesis, respectively. Green represents down-regulation, red represents up-regulation, and blue means up- and down-regulation co-existed in LW lines compared to HW lines. The number of differentially expressed genes encoding a specific enzyme was noted in italics next to the colored box

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