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Table 2 The most highly connected gene within transcription modules

From: A cross-species transcriptomics approach to identify genes involved in leaf development

Module Gene model Protein ID Linkage Group Start bp End bp Closest ATG Annotation
green estExt_fgenesh4_kg.C_LG_X0057 814174 X 16689588   At5g46020 similar to cupin family protein
blue estExt_fgenesh4_pm.C_LG_V0721 831725 V 17784177   At1g76540 cyclin dependent kinase B2:1
red estExt_fgenesh4_pg.C_LG_XII1021 823432 XII 11985750   At4g25050 acyl carrier protein 4 (ACP4)
turquoise estExt_fgenesh4_pg.C_440087 826955 scaffold 44 1069077   At1g55150 DEAD box RNA helicase (RH20)
orange estExt_fgenesh4_pg.C_1580005 828416 scaffold 158 67532   At5g07990 Transparent Testa 7 (TT7), required for flavonoid 3' hydroxylase activity
grey estExt_fgenesh4_pg.C_LG_X1117 822127 X 12350943   At1g09740 ethylene-responsive protein, similar to Universal Stress Protein (USP)
  1. The most highly connected gene within each transcription modules identified using average linkage hierarchical clustering. Module colours refer to Figure 4.