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Table 1 Functional annotation of unigenes preferentially transcribed in juvenile wood with contrasting stiffness and microfibril angle a

From: Transcriptome profiling of Pinus radiata juvenile wood with contrasting stiffness identifies putative candidate genes involved in microfibril orientation and cell wall mechanics

  Unigenes Blast matches b GO terms assigned c
   UniProt UniProt&RefSeq Total CC MF BP
HS
(LM)
307 196
(63.8%)
200
(65.1%)
182
(59.3%)
111
(61.0%)
156
(85.7%)
149
(81.9%)
LS
(HM)
446 284
(63.7%)
286
(64.1%)
232
(52.0%)
149
(64.1%)
215
(92.7%)
188
(81.0%)
  1. aJuvenile wood included two types: wood with high stiffness (HS) and low microfibril angle (LM), and wood with low stiffness (LS) and high microfibril angle (HM). bRefer to the matches in the UniProt known protein and RefSeq databases (tblastx, E-value < 1e-5). cCC- cellular component; MF- molecular function; BP- biological process. Percentage (%) of CC, MF and BP were calculated using the total unigenes assigned with GO terms.