|Transcripts over-expressed at a single developmental stage|
|Young berries (E-L 31)||Early-veraison (E-L 35)||Late-veraison (E-L 36)||Harvest (E-L 38)||Total||Veraison|
|> 50-fold higher||282||1||0||65||348||3|
|10-50 fold higher||789||31||1||175||996||60|
|3-10 fold higher||1 814||162||58||807||2 841||312|
|Total||2 885||194||59||1 047||4 185||375|
The numbers of transcripts significantly up-regulated in berries at a single developmental stage relative to all other samples. Fold changes are calculated compared with a minimum RPKM value of 0.1. Given the similarity in transcript expression patterns between early and late-veraison (E-L 35 and E-L 36), the relative expression of transcripts in both of these stages compared with E-L 31 and E-L 38 are reported in the separated column “veraison”.
Sweetman et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:691 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-691