Data for: Parasitic success of the pathogenic plant Phelipanche ramosa (L.) Pomel. (Orobanchaceae) differs in some re-infected vs. naive tomato cultivars

Published: 1 August 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/m82fyc5pw5.1
, Hannah M. Rohwedder, Susann Wicke


The aim of this study was to investigate whether preinfection with broomrape alters host responses upon a second encounter of the parasite. The files in this repository contain read count tables, R-code, and other files for RNA-sequencing data analysis, incl.: - Pramosa_rsem_matrix.gene.counts.matrix: Read counts from mapping RNASeq data to broomrape reference transcriptome - Slycopersicum_rsem_matrix.gene.counts.matrix: Read counts from mapping RNASeq data to tomato reference genome - Pramosa_DEG_annotated.txt: List of annotated differentially expressed genes (DEGs) for P.ramosa - Slycopersicum_DEG_annotated.txt: List of annotated differentially expressed genes (DEGs) for tomato - Pramosa_trinotate_annotation_report.txt and Slycopersicum_trinotate_annotation_report.txt: Annotation reports from trinotate annotation runs for parasite and host - Pramosa_trinotate_report_gene_ontology_with_parents.txt and Slycopersicum_trinotate_report_gene_ontology_with_parents.txt: GO-term annotation reports from trinotate runs for parasite and host transcripts - PramSlyc_RNAseqAnalysis.R: R code for the analysis of RNAseq data from parasite and host-read mapping - GO_terms_description.txt: Translation file for gene ontology descriptions - AT_terms_description.txt: Translation file for gene descriptions for Arabidopsis thaliana genes



Parasitology, Plant Biology, Transcriptomics, Priming, Tomato


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