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Table 6 Significantly enriched KEGG pathways in the DEGs co-regulated by drought and cold*

From: Comparative transcriptome profiling of a desert evergreen shrub, Ammopiptanthus mongolicus, in response to drought and cold stresses

Pathway DEGsa Unigenesb Corrected P-value Pathway ID
Co-up-regulated     
Microbial metabolism in diverse environments 29 (15.3%) 2079 (8.8%) 0.03272 ko01120
Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites 28 (14.7%) 1995 (8.4%) 0.03272 ko01110
Limonene and pinene degradation 17 (9.0%) 1009 (4.3%) 0.03274 ko00903
Aminobenzoate degradation 17 (9.0%) 1030 (4.3%) 0.03274 ko00627
Bisphenol degradation 9 (4.7%) 221 (0.9%) 0.00497 ko00363
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon degradation 9 (4.7%) 248 (1.0%) 0.00594 ko00624
Chloroalkane and chloroalkene degradation 6 (3.2%) 187 (0.8%) 0.03274 ko00625
Phenylalanine metabolism 5 (2.6%) 108 (0.5%) 0.03272 ko00360
Co-down-regulated     
Metabolic pathways 55 (26.8%) 4071 (17.2%) 0.00961 ko01100
Starch and sucrose metabolism 13 (6.3%) 594 (2.5%) 0.04050 ko00500
Carotenoid biosynthesis 7 (3.4%) 84 (0.4%) 0.00049 ko00906
Bisphenol degradation 7 (3.4%) 221 (0.9%) 0.04684 ko00363
  1. *The significantly enriched KEGG pathways were determined using a corrected P-value ≤ 0.05. anumber of DEGs assigned to certain KEGG pathway; bnumber of all reference unigenes assigned to certain KEGG pathway.