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Table 2 Statistically enriched KEGG pathways in MED guts

From: Transcriptomic analyses reveal the adaptive features and biological differences of guts from two invasive whitefly species

KEGG E-value Gut genes1 WB genes2
Xenobiotics biodegradation and metabolism 0.00E + 00 465 518
 Drug metabolism - cytochrome P450 6.61E-10 156 161
 Metabolism of xenobiotics by cytochrome P450 1.18E-08 151 164
 Drug metabolism - other enzymes 9.30E-07 158 193
Metabolism of cofactors and vitamins 4.18E-13 429 555
 Retinol metabolism 3.97E-11 141 131
 Porphyrin and chlorophyll metabolism 1.06E-06 124 141
Digestive system 8.97E-13 634 906
 Bile secretion 0.00E + 00 198 117
 Mineral absorption 8.40E-04 37 37
 Fat digestion and absorption 2.18E-03 49 58
 Carbohydrate digestion and absorption 4.32E-03 40 47
Transcription 1.99E-11 456 622
 Spliceosome 7.64E-10 307 396
Carbohydrate metabolism 2.98E-07 1055 1793
 Ascorbate and aldarate metabolism 1.47E-07 110 113
 Pentose and glucuronate interconversions 2.68E-05 125 157
Membrane transport 5.67E-05 85 98
 ABC transporters 5.67E-05 85 98
Excretory system 3.04E-04 204 305
 Vasopressin-regulated water reabsorption 1.96E-04 79 94
Metabolism of Terpenoids and Polyketides 3.09E-04 66 76
 Insect hormone biosynthesis 3.47E-04 29 24
Transport and catabolism 1.52E-03 683 1212
 Lysosome 2.77E-03 233 377
Folding, sorting and degradation 2.16E-03 674 1201
 Proteasome 7.76E-04 55 63
Lipid metabolism 4.01E-03 518 914
 Steroid hormone biosynthesis 1.73E-07 124 134
Others    
 Tight junction 1.52E-05 156 204
 Cardiac muscle contraction 3.43E-03 77 105
 Other types of O-glycan biosynthesis 3.30E-05 113 139
 beta-Alanine metabolism 3.81E-03 37 42
 Pyrimidine metabolism 3.14E-03 170 265
 Phototransduction 1.71E-06 25 11
 Olfactory transduction 1.26E-03 34 34
 Ribosome biogenesis in eukaryotes 3.47E-04 150 213
  1. 1The number of gut genes in each of the KEGG pathways.
  2. 2The number of whole-body (WB) genes in each of the KEGG pathways.