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Fig. 5 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 5

From: A new reference genome for Sorghum bicolor reveals high levels of sequence similarity between sweet and grain genotypes: implications for the genetics of sugar metabolism

Fig. 5

Genes with Missense mutations and significant changes in expression. Within each tissue, DEGs were filtered to contain only genes with different alleles in the comparative expression study, as well as at least one missense mutation. Then, the top 50 DEGs (ranked by the GxT p-value) were selected and are plotted in their order of significance from left to right. Gene names are taken from their predicted homology with Arabidopsis thaliana or rice. Sorghum gene IDs corresponding to each gene name in this figure are detailed in Additional file 6: Table S4

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