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Table 5 Concordance in direction of regulation of overlapping gene lists

From: Transcriptional response of honey bee (Apis mellifera) to differential nutritional status and Nosema infection

A) Rich diet overlap between presence and absence of Nosema PN vs CN P vs C
Total   Up Down Significance
131 Up 7 0 X-squared = 85.458
p-value < 2.2e-16
Down 2 122
BN vs CN B vs C
Total   Up Down Significance
11 Up 0 5 X-squared = 0.090909
p-value =0.763 *
Down 0 6
MN vs CN M vs C
Total   Up Down Significance
21 Up 15 0 X-squared = 8.4077
p-value = 0.003736
Down 2 4
B) Overlap between rich diets in healthy bees P vs C B vs C
Total   Up Down Significance
64 Up 5 0 X-squared = 50.86
p-value = 9.877e-13
Down 0 59
P vs C M vs C
Total   Up Down Significance
56 Up 5 0 X-squared = 44.377
p-value = 2.708e-11
Down 0 51
B vs C M vs C
Total   Up Down Significance
61 Up 22 0 X-squared = 56.74
p-value = 4.974e-14
Down 0 39
C) Overlap between rich diets in Nosema infected bees PN vs CN BN vs CN
Total   Up Down Significance
117 Up 4 0 X-squared =88.674
p-value = <  2.2e-16
Down 0 113
PN vs CN MN vs CN
Total   Up Down Significance
90 Up 0 0 X-squared = 67.6
p-value < 2.2e-16
Down 6 84
MN vs CN
BN vs CN Total   Up Down Significance
44 Up 1 0 X-squared =10.494
p-value =0.001197
Down 0 43
  1. Overlapping genes are sorted according to direction of regulation. PN vs. CN, BN vs. CN and MN vs. CN are, respectively, pollen, Bee-Pro and MegaBee diet treatments with Nosema. P vs. C, B vs. C, and M vs. C are, respectively, the same diet treatments in healthy bees. Chi-square tests with Yates correction were performed to determine if pattern of direction bias is statistically consistent between the considered two conditions. Asterisk (*) indicates lack of pattern consistence