Supplemental Material for Snoeck et al., 2018
datasetposted on 2018-10-17, 14:51 authored by Simon Snoeck, Nicky Wybouw, Thomas Van Leeuwen, Wannes DermauwWannes Dermauw
File S1 contains the CDS sequences of the T. urticae genome annotation of August 11, 2016. File S2 contains the protein sequences of the short-chain dehydrogenases of T. urticae, M. occidentalis, D. melanogaster and H. sapiens that were included in the phylogenetic analysis. File S3 contains the sequences of the full-length single PLAT domain proteins of T. urticae, T. evansi, P. ulmi and P. citri that were included in the phylogenetic analysis. Figure S1 shows the expression heatmaps of genes coding for group I and II SDRs and of group I and II single PLAT domain protein genes across the replicated T. urticae host plant populations (lima bean, soybean, cotton, tomato and maize). Table S1 contains the differential gene expression results of the T. urticae host plant populations. Table S2 shows the overlap between DEGs of the different T. urticae host plant populations. Table S3 shows the k-means clustering of the DEGs identified in the different host plant populations of T. urticae. Table S4 shows the OrthoMCL grouping of the T. urticae proteome. Table S5 contains the OrthoMCL enrichment results of the DEG sets of each T. urticae host plant population. Table S6 contains the significantly enriched GO terms in the DEG sets of the different host plant populations of T. urticae. Table S7 contains the short-chain dehydrogenase genes annotated in the T. urticae genome. Table S8 contains the single PLAT domain protein genes annotated in the T. urticae genome. T. urticae gene expression data are available at the Gene Expression Omnibus with accession numbers GSE50162, GSE80337 and GSE68708.
Article titleTranscriptomic Plasticity in the Arthropod Generalist Tetranychus urticae Upon Long-Term Acclimation to Different Host Plants
plant defensehost plant usexenobiotic metabolismsingle PLAT domain proteinshort-chain dehydrogenasespolyphagyTetranychus urticaespider miteherbivoretranscriptomic plasticityAnimal Physiological EcologyBiological AdaptationEvolutionary BiologyGene Expression (incl. Microarray and other genome-wide approaches)