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Table 4 Summary of the most relevant metabolic pathways and biological processes obtained after Gene Ontology analysis using the S. kudriavzevii genes retained in each group of hybrids

From: Comparative genomics among Saccharomyces cerevisiae × Saccharomyces kudriavzevii natural hybrid strains isolated from wine and beer reveals different origins

Group of hybrids GO ID GO Term Npresent/Nmeasured % p-value
WINE 6487 Protein amino acid N-linked glycosylation 36/42 85.7 0.013
  6839 Mitochondrial transport 10/10 100 0.033
   Ergosterol Biosynthesis 17/19 89.5 0.049
BREWING 6487 Protein amino acid N-linked glycosylation 28/42 66.7 0.017
   Fatty acid elongation saturated 4/4 100 0.039
   Glycine serine and threonine metabolism 27/42 64.3 0.03
   Arginine_and_proline_metabolism 16/23 69.6 0.049
   Sulfur_Degradation 4/4 100 0.048
ALL 6487 Protein amino acid N-linked glycosylation 25/42 59.5 0.003
  15908 Fatty acid transport 4/4 100 0.025
   Glutamate metabolism 15/27 55.6 0.046
   Sulfur metabolism 8/11 72.7 0.021
   NAD salvage pathway 5/6 83.3 0.027
   Sulfate assimilation pathway II 5/6 83.3 0.019
AMH 6972 Hyperosmotic response 5/7 71.4 0.036
  9331 Glycerol 3 phosphate dehydrogenase complex 3/3 100 0.033
   Histidine biosynthesis 5/7 71.4 0.039
   Fatty acid metabolism 11/17 64.7 0.010
  1. Due to the massive S. kudriavzevii gene losses in AMH, this strain was not included in any grouping, and hence, analyzed alone.