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Table 4 Gene enrichment analyses

From: Early transcriptional changes in the reef-building coral Acropora aspera in response to thermal and nutrient stress

Significant pathways Condition No of genes No of KEGG genes in pathway Fold enrichment Corrected P-value
Ribosome STE 41 193 3.03 6.90E-09
Proteasome 17 50 3.51 2.30E-03
Ubiquitin mediated proteolysis 32 143 2.26 3.50E-03
Calcium signaling pathway 35 193 2.14 4.70E-03
Citrate cycle (TCA cycle) 16 31 3.17 5.60E-03
Ribosome LTE 46 193 2.15 1.71E-05
Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation 25 53 2.37 4.28E-03
Insulin signaling pathway 40 142 1.87 1.14E-02
Ubiquitin mediated proteolysis 37 143 1.90 1.35E-02
Spliceosome 36 136 1.87 2.02E-02
Ribosome N 47 193 2.61 8.80E-09
Citrate cycle (TCA cycle) 19 31 2.91 5.10E-03
Ubiquitin mediated proteolysis 37 143 2.08 3.50E-03
Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation 23 53 2.45 3.50E-03
Focal adhesion 40 204 1.92 1.20E-02
Endocytosis 39 236 1.89 1.10E-02
Spliceosome 33 136 2.01 1.70E-02
Lysosome 26 127 2.12 1.70E-02
Insulin signaling pathway 34 142 1.89 4.20E-02
Oocyte meiosis 25 114 2.13 4.40E-02
  1. Gene enrichment analyses for coral samples exposed to thermal and nutrient stress. Significant pathways involved in short (STE), long-thermal (LTE) and nutrient (N) stress response had corrected P-value by Benjamini P < 0.05.