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Table 2 Number of stress-responsive TaWD40s under different treatment conditions

From: Genome-wide identification and analysis of WD40 proteins in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

Stress, treatment time Upa, percentage Downa, percentage Low counts, percentage Nonzero total read count Study title
Cold, 2 week 92, 14% 73, 11% 51, 7.8% 657 SRP043554
Heat stress, 1 h 97, 15% 78, 12% 24, 3.7% 647 SRP045409
Heat stress, 6 h 188, 29% 160, 25% 13, 2% 651 SRP045409
Drought stress, 1 h 69, 11% 21, 3.3% 62, 9.6% 646 SRP045409
Drought stress, 6 h 103, 16% 100, 15% 11, 1.7% 646 SRP045409
Drought and heat stresses, 1 h 143, 22% 115, 18% 37, 5.8% 641 SRP045409
Drought and heat stresses, 6 h 181, 28% 150, 23% 0, 0% 646 SRP045409
Powdery mildew pathogen E09, 24 h 25, 3.9% 13, 2% 243, 38% 635 SRP041017
Powdery mildew pathogen E09, 48 h 6, 0.9% 16, 2.5% 0, 0% 636 SRP041017
Powdery mildew pathogen E09, 72 h 2, 0.3% 11, 1.7% 87, 14% 644 SRP041017
Stripe rust pathogen CYR31, 24 h 12, 1.9% 15, 2.4% 97, 15% 632 SRP041017
Stripe rust pathogen CYR31, 48 h 1, 0.2% 3, 0.5% 0, 0% 632 SRP041017
Stripe rust pathogen CYR31, 72 h 3, 0.5% 4, 0.6% 0, 0% 630 SRP041017
  1. aUpregulated and downregulated TaWD40s were counted when the padj (adjusted p value) was less than 0.05