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Table 2 Descriptive statistics of the phenotypic data from control (WW) and water stressed plants (WS) in each year of phenotyping

From: Candidate genes and SNPs associated with stomatal conductance under drought stress in Vitis

Year Time points Treatment FC (%) Ig CWSI
Mean SD Mean SD
T1 WW 90 0.487 0.236 0.710 0.080
WS 90 0.418 0.169 0.733 0.070
T2 WW 90 0.379 0.140 0.747 0.066
WS 50 0.264 *** 0.104 0.807 *** 0.059
T3 WW 90 0.576 0.284 0.681 0.089
WS 50 0.318 *** 0.153 0.785 *** 0.074
T4 WW 90 0.623 0.295 0.655 0.088
WS 50 0.365 *** 0.146 0.755 *** 0.067
T5 WW 90 0.513 0.307 0.705 0.095
WS 30 0.184 *** 0.088 0.859 *** 0.054
T6 WW 90 0.615 0.357 0.667 0.117
WS 30 0.205 *** 0.132 0.850 *** 0.066
T7 WW 90 0.765 0.467 0.614 0.111
WS 30 0.247 *** 0.117 0.821 *** 0.066
T8 WW 90 0.625 0.317 0.660 0.103
WS 90 0.352 *** 0.345 0.779 *** 0.097
T9 WW 90 0.571 0.282 0.675 0.093
WS 90 0.325 *** 0.222 0.776 *** 0.093
T1 WW 90 0.627 0.183 0.639 0.068
WS 90 0.623 0.191 0.639 0.067
T2 WW 90 0.926 0.384 0.566 0.090
WS 50 0.763 ** 0.300 0.612 *** 0.074
T3 WW 90 1.540 0.510 0.443 0.075
WS 50 1.172 *** 0.343 0.503 *** 0.069
T4 WW 90 1.220 0.623 0.518 0.089
WS 50 0.847 *** 0.309 0.589 *** 0.079
T5 WW 90 0.798 0.442 0.615 0.110
WS 30 0.372 *** 0.174 0.759 *** 0.079
T6 WW 90 0.947 0.466 0.570 0.123
WS 30 0.410 *** 0.185 0.738 *** 0.094
T7 WW 90 0.651 0.281 0.649 0.094
WS 30 0.289 *** 0.108 0.795 *** 0.062
T8 WW 90 0.782 0.438 0.621 0.125
WS 90 0.659 0.393 0.653 0.130
T9 WW 90 0.513 0.242 0.699 0.092
WS 90 0.458 0.201 0.715 0.083
  1. Asterisks denote significant differences according to Mann-Whitney U test between water-stressed (WS) and well-watered (WW) plants at the same time point. **, and *** indicate significantly different values at  p < 0.01, and p < 0.001. T1: starting point where both WW and WS plants were maintained under well-watered conditions; T2-T4: WS plants were maintained at 50% of FC (moderate deficit); T5-T7: WS plants were maintained at 30% of FC (severe deficit); T8-T9: recovery period, WS plants were rehydrated at 90% of FC