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posted on 2019-04-22, 14:50 authored by Hui Zhang, NATHAN HALLNATHAN HALL, Leslie R. Goertzen, Charles Y. Chen, Eric Peatman, Jinesh Patel, J. Scott McElroy

Table S1 The number and percentage of total of cellular component, molecular function, biological process of GO terms in seven transcriptome data sets. Each contig has multiple GO terms during annotation leading to the number of GO terms more than contigs.

Figure S1 GO classifications of all Eleusine species’ transcriptomes. The results were summarized in three main categories: biological process, cellular component and molecular function.

Figure S2 Individual nuclear gene trees were constructed considering to predict subgenome membership. These trees mainly include five types according to the relationships among E. indica, E. tristachya, E. africana, and E. coracana: (A) AA (Both E. coracana and E. africana are in the same clade with E. indica, and E. tristachya.), (B) AB (E. coracana is in the same clade with E. indica, and E. tristachya, while E. africana is not.), (C) BA (E. coracana is not in the same clade with E. indica, and E. tristachya, while E. africana is.), (D) BB (E. indica, and E. tristachya are in the same clade, while E. africana and E. coracana are not in the same clade with E. indica and E. tristachya.), (E) Indeterminate (E. indica, and E. tristachya are not in the same clade). The number of each type is AA: AB: BA: BB: Indeterminate = 5: 10: 7: 32: 17. Inter, E. intermedia; multi, E. multiflora; flocc, E. floccifolia; indica, E. indica; trist, E. tristachya; afric, E. africana; corac, E. coracana; bra, Brachypodium sylvaticum; rice, Oryza sativa; and maize, Zea mays.


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Transcriptome Analysis Reveals Unique Relationships Among Eleusine Species and Heritage of E. coracana

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