Table 4

Summary of the most relevant metabolic pathways and biological processes obtained after Gene Ontology analysis using the S. kudriavzevii genes retained in each group of hybrids
Group of hybrids GO ID GO Term Npresent/Nmeasured % p-value
WINE 6487 Protein amino acid N-linked glycosylation 36/42 85.7 0.013
6839 Mitochondrial transport 10/10 100 0.033
Ergosterol Biosynthesis 17/19 89.5 0.049
BREWING 6487 Protein amino acid N-linked glycosylation 28/42 66.7 0.017
Fatty acid elongation saturated 4/4 100 0.039
Glycine serine and threonine metabolism 27/42 64.3 0.03
Arginine_and_proline_metabolism 16/23 69.6 0.049
Sulfur_Degradation 4/4 100 0.048
ALL 6487 Protein amino acid N-linked glycosylation 25/42 59.5 0.003
15908 Fatty acid transport 4/4 100 0.025
Glutamate metabolism 15/27 55.6 0.046
Sulfur metabolism 8/11 72.7 0.021
NAD salvage pathway 5/6 83.3 0.027
Sulfate assimilation pathway II 5/6 83.3 0.019
AMH 6972 Hyperosmotic response 5/7 71.4 0.036
9331 Glycerol 3 phosphate dehydrogenase complex 3/3 100 0.033
Histidine biosynthesis 5/7 71.4 0.039
Fatty acid metabolism 11/17 64.7 0.010

Due to the massive S. kudriavzevii gene losses in AMH, this strain was not included in any grouping, and hence, analyzed alone.

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Peris et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:407   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-407

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