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Table 4 Categories that were significantly enriched in the dataset of common genes from our study and the study performed by Teng et al.[45] and whose elimination increases the resistance to acetic acid and heat

From: Genome-wide identification of genes involved in the positive and negative regulation of acetic acid-induced programmed cell death in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Category p-value Number of genes in the dataset Number of genes in the category
Biological Process    
Oxidation-reduction process [GO:0055114] 1.937E-05 64 272
Metabolic process [GO:0008152] 1.074E-04 88 425
Mannose metabolic process [GO:0006013] 4.085E-04 4 4
Cellular amino acid biosynthetic process [GO:0008652] 9.357E-04 26 98
Cellular response to oxidative stress [GO:0034599] 1.915E-03 19 67
Cytogamy [GO:0000755] 2.229E-03 5 8
Glucose import [GO:0046323] 2.877E-03 3 3
Lipid catabolic process [GO:0016042] 2.888E-03 9 23
Phosphorylation [GO:0016310] 3.096E-03 44 206
Meiosis [GO:0007126] 3.535E-03 31 134
Negative regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter by pheromones [GO:0046020] 4.429E-03 5 9
Mitochondria-nucleus signaling pathway [GO:0031930] 4.819E-03 4 6
Lipid metabolic process [GO:0006629] 5.704E-03 16 58
Regulation of cell size [GO:0008361] 6.561E-03 10 30
Allantoin catabolic process [GO:0000256] 9.981E-03 4 7
  1. Experimental details used in the Teng et al.[45] study are described in the legend of Table 3.