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Fig. 1 | AMB Express

Fig. 1

From: Comparative transcriptome analysis reveals potential fruiting body formation mechanisms in Morchella importuna

Fig. 1

Summary of transcriptome annotation and differentially expressed genes (DEGs) between the M. importuna mycelium and fruiting body. a Representative pictures of a liquid shake flask culture of M. importuna mycelium at 7 days (left) and an artificially cultivated young fruiting body at 80 days (right). b A total of 33,269 unigenes, among which 15,145 (45.52%) were annotated in the NR database, 13,833 (41.58%) were annotated in the SWSS database, 11,473 (34.49%) were annotated in the COG database, 7323 (22.01%) were annotated in the GO database, and 9782 (29.4%) were annotated in the KEGG database. c The histogram shows the expression levels of 12,561 DEGs in the young fruiting body compared to the mycelium. The blue areas represent the total DEGs, the red areas represent DEGs that showed upregulated expression, and the green areas represent DEGs that showed downregulated expression

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