Table 1

The 20 most highly expressed transcripts in the developing endosperm

Unisequence

Gene product

JD

JG

p-value


Contig452

Tubulin alpha-2 chain

68

31

6.899e-03

Contig153

11 S globulin seed storage protein 2

56

0

4.109e-15

Contig667

Putative chloroplast transcript

56

9

1.345e-07

Contig100

Ribosome protein 1

52

17

6.409e-04

Contig206

Legumin A

47

0

8.566e-13

Contig826

Polyubiquitin

44

113

5.635e-12

Contig254

Aspartyl protease family protein

42

0

1.664e-11

Contig268

Chloroplast ribosomal protein L2

35

5

1.696e-05

Contig851

Large subunit of RUBISCO

33

0

3.469e-09

Contig1

Unknown

32

0

6.278e-09

Contig81

Legumin B/11 S globulin precursor

27

0

1.220e-07

Contig284

Myb family transcription factor

26

0

2.207e-07

Contig367

ATP synthase gamma chain, mitochondrial

26

12

1.075e-01

Contig461

Polygalacturonase (pectinase)

22

3

6.460e-04

Contig571

Retrotransposon protein

22

1

2.675e-05

Contig818

11 S globulin seed storage protein 2

22

0

2.369e-06

Contig202

Adenosylmethionine decarboxylase

21

1

4.650e-05

Contig1382

Aquaporin

21

112

5.523e-21

Contig203

Malate dehydrogenase, cytosolic

20

5

1.238e-02

Contig596

Chloroplast sequence

20

1

8.070e-05


Annotation and expression levels of the 20 most highly expressed transcripts in the developing endosperm (JD). The columns JD and JG shows the number of ESTs for each unisequence in developing and germinating endosperm, respectively. The p-value refers to the Audic-Claverie statistics for differential expression

Costa et al. BMC Genomics 2010 11:462   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-462

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