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Fig. 2 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 2

From: Aging in the Drosophila ovary: contrasting changes in the expression of the piRNA machinery and mitochondria but no global release of transposable elements

Fig. 2

A majority of mitochondrial genome and electron transport chain transcripts decrease expression in egg chambers with age. (a) There is an average reduction in mitochondrial genome transcript expression in stage 14 egg chambers across strains. Some transcripts are also significant for an age by strain interaction with greater age-related fold-changes (RPKM) in Ral_321. Gray color signifies no expression or no similar change across strains. (b) Log2 ratios of old to young (RPKM+.5) expression between strains of electron transport chain transcripts from the nuclear genome

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