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Table 2 Enriched KEGG Pathways associated with DEGs and DEPs

From: Transcriptomic, proteomic, and physiological comparative analyses of flooding mitigation of the damage induced by low-temperature stress in direct seeded early indica rice at the seedling stage

Pathway name Pathway ID Number of molecules P value
Mapping All
KEGG Pathways between LT and CK
 Monobactam biosynthesis osa00261 2 13 5.44E-04
 Glycine, serine and threonine metabolism osa00260 4 26 4.69E-04
 Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites osa01110 10 13 1.16E-04
 Pentose phosphate pathway osa00030 2 13 8.82E-03
 Biosynthesis of amino acids osa01230 5 26 8.08E-03
 Metabolic pathways osa01100 11 13 2.71E-03
 Arachidonic acid metabolism osa00590 2 26 1.96E-03
 Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis osa00010 2 13 4.85E-02
 Proteasome osa03050 2 26 4.00E-02
 Phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis osa00400 2 26 2.51E-02
 Fructose and mannose metabolism osa00051 2 13 1.44E-02
KEGG Pathways between LTF and CK
 Thiamine metabolism osa00730 2 14 9.73E-04
 Ribosome biogenesis in eukaryotes osa03008 3 20 5.79E-03
 Carotenoid biosynthesis osa00906 2 14 4.45E-03
 Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites osa01110 9 14 2.01E-03
 Metabolic pathways osa01100 12 14 1.35E-03
 Glycine, serine and threonine metabolism osa00260 2 20 3.28E-02
 Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis osa00010 3 20 1.67E-02
KEGG Pathways between LTF and LT
 Photosynthesis - antenna proteins osa00196 2 9 2.53E-04
 Photosynthesis osa00195 3 9 2.12E-04
  1. The pathway ranking in this table is in order from high to low between LT, LTF and CK. The “mapping” number represents the number of annotated DEGs and DEPs in the pathway, while the “all” number represents the total number of proteins in the pathway
  2. LT low temperature, LTF low temperature flooding, CK control