Table 1.

MapMan Bins of Genes of Common Function Identified as Significantly More Highly Expressed in the Embryo Relative to Endosperm or Endosperm Relative to Embryo

EmbryoEndosperm
Bin CodeBin NameNo. GenesP ValueBin CodeBin NameNo. GenesP Value
29.2Protein synthesis427<1e-2029.5Protein degradation654<1e-20
29.2.2Ribosomal proteins233<1e-2029.5.11.20Proteasome536.17e-09
29.2.1Plastid/mitochondrial ribosomal proteins721.75e-198.1TCA cycle332.98e-06
1.1Photosynthesis light reactions1143.02e-1229.4Posttranslational modification6113.30e-05
28.1DNA synthesis/chromatin structure2185.32e-0634.3Amino acid transport401.08e-03
34.19.1Major intrinsic proteins PIP93.10e-054.0Glycolysis481.73e-03
19.0Tetrapyrrole biosynthesis273.55e-059.0Mitochondrial electron transport862.96e-03
11.6Lipid transfer proteins91.16e-0431.4Vesicle transport694.69e-03
10.6.3Pectate lyases374.55e-0429.11.4.3.2F-box proteins1638.69e-03
16.2.1Lignin biosynthesis229.04e-042.1.1Sucrose synthesis91.00e-02
1.3Calvin cycle291.32e-035.0Fermentation101.36e-02
29.1Amino acid activation671.32e-0334.9Metabolite transporters at the mitochondrial membrane511.47e-02
10.8Pectin esterases341.49e-0334.14Unspecified cation transporters271.77e-02
10.5.1Arabinogalactan proteins261.60e-0334.2Sugar transporters521.85e-02
11.1Fatty acid synthesis691.72e-0334.12Metal transporters491.85e-02
31.3Cell cycle812.32e-036.0Glyoxylate cycle, gluconeogenesis83.24e-02
16.3Phenylpropanoid metabolism592.96e-03
27.2Transcription549.43e-03
2.1.2Starch synthesis231.17e-02
  • MapMan bins of genes were identified by comparing the regulation of each bin to the ATH1 array as a whole using the Wilcoxon rank sum test.