Transcriptome of Wallemia ichthyophaga at 10% NaCl and 30% NaCl (w/v). A. Number of genes with increased expression at each salinity, compared to the other salinity. B. Number of novel transcripts predicted at each salinity. Gene models at least 200 bp away from known upstream or downstream genes were considered as novel transcripts. C. Proportion of proteins with increased expression at each salinity that were matched to at least one Pfam family. D. Number of genes with different alternative splicing modes at each salinity. Two intersecting circles show the number of genes with alternative splicing observed only at 10% NaCl, only at 30% NaCl, or at both (middle). E. Differences in expression of hydrophobins between the two salinities. Each bar represents a log2 ratio of expression at each salinity for an individual hydrophobin. All values above and below the dashed grey lines were considered as significantly differentially expressed.