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Table 5 Top 5 enriched KEGG pathways among pairwise comparisons of flower, fruit, seed with shoots

From: De novo assembly and transcriptome characterization of spruce dwarf mistletoe Arceuthobium sichuanense uncovers gene expression profiling associated with plant development

Comparison Pathway terms Rich factora q-valueb No.c
Fruit vs shoot Plant hormone signal transduction 0.44 3.06E−20 59
Terpenoid backbone biosynthesis 0.19 0.0019 28
Cutin, suberine and wax biosynthesis 0.51 2.31E−05 15
Brassinosteroid biosynthesis 0.70 0.0052 7
Flavonoid biosynthesis 0.2 3.73E−08 7
Flower vs shoot Phenylpropanoid biosynthesis 0.031 4.18E−05 10
Diterpenoid biosynthesis 0.25 4.18E−05 4
Stilbenoid, diarylheptanoid and gingerol biosynthesis 0.145 0.00019 4
Pentose and glucuronate interconversions 0.02 0.00065 10
Plant hormone signal transduction 0.42 4.06E−14 56
Seeds vs shoot Cutin, suberine and wax biosynthesis 0.62 4.45E−06 18
Homologous recombination 0.3 0.010 18
Carotenoid biosynthesis 0.37 0.012 13
Stilbenoid, diarylheptanoid and gingerol biosynthesis 0.40 0.014 11
  1. aRich factor means that the ratio of the DEGs number and the number of genes have been annotated in this pathway. The greater of the Rich factor, the greater the degree of enrichment
  2. bThe q-value was calculated using hypergeometric test through Bonferroni Correction. Q value is corrected p value ranging from 0–1, and less Q value means greater intensiveness
  3. cUnigene number in each pathway