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Table 1 Differentially expressed genes in male and female D. pulex

From: Profiling sex-biased gene expression during parthenogenetic reproduction in Daphnia pulex

  Mature Enriched vs. Male Mature Depleted vs. Male Juvenile Enriched vs. Male Juvenile Depleted vs. Male Self vs. Self Male enriched vs. Female Female Enriched vs. Male Mature enriched vs. Juvenile Juvenile enriched vs. Mature
Total Significant* 775 1183 732 1151 0 1445 757 591 773
Sequenced 465 554 391 514 - 590 432 259 629
Assembled 201 321 191 349 - 391 179 159 196
Estimated Non-redundant Genes 335 (21%) 685 (44%) 357 (23%) 781 (50%) - 957 (61%) 313 (20%) 363 (23%) 241 (15%)
Two-fold Difference 247 431 362 13 0 738 617 23 388
Sequenced 198 234 136 9 - 361 385 11 249
Assembled 91 128 136 7 - 211 167 8 122
Estimated Non-redundant Genes 113 (7.2%) 235 (15%) 216 (14%) 10 (0.6%) - 431 (28%) 267 (17%) 19 (1.2%) 190 (12%)
  1. All differentially expressed array elements and assembled genes in male-female comparisons and at a two-fold difference. Comparisons include male vs. mature female, male vs. juvenile female, males vs. females (combined), mature vs. juvenile females, and self vs. self. *Total numbers of significant elements at 5% false discovery rate. † For each category (column), estimated non-redundant genes are calculated as proportion: assembled sequences/sequenced elements multiplied by total number significant. Percentages are calculated relative to the estimate of 1,560 unique genes on the array.