Analysis of cold tolerance data and differentially expressed gene data in response to low temperature in juvenile Macrobrachium rosenbergii

Published: 9 May 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/cbwswsr935.1
Contributors:
Qianqian Xing,
Qiongying Tang,
Guoliang Yang,
,
Minmin Yang,
,
Shaokui Yi,
Quanxin Gao,
Yang Liu,
Xia Zhenglong,
Miuyin Cai

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In this study, low temperature stress experiments were conducted on juvenile M. rosenbergii. Fig1 shows the Venn diagram regarding the pathways of DEGs, GO terms and KEGG pathway in the three groups of the CS, CT, and the control group in overlapping parts of M. rosenbergii. Fig 2 is about the key DEGs in response to low temperature in juvenile M. rosenbergii. Table 1 shows the overlapping GO term of key DEGs enriched in the hepatopancreas and muscle tissue. Table 2 shows the overlapping KEGG pathways enriched in the hepatopancreas and muscle tissues of juvenile M. rosenbergii in the CS, CT, and control groups. Fig 3 is a heat map of the expression of DEGs on the pathways associated with low temperature in juvenile M. rosenbergii. Table 3 shows the up and down regulation of DEGs in the key pathway (Folate biosynthesis) of the low temperature response of juvenile M. rosenbergii.

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Huzhou University

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Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics, Selective Breeding, Animal Genetics

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