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Table 5 Differentially expressed sncRNAs in diapause- and escape-bound embryos of A. limnaeus

From: Transcriptomic analysis of maternally provisioned cues for phenotypic plasticity in the annual killifish, Austrofundulus limnaeus

Sequence Bpa Exp.b Log2FCc Sig.d Pheno.e 15 bpf 12 bpf 10 bpf 8 bpf Alignmentg Orientationh Positioni
ACAACGTGTGATACA 15 26.9 5.1 0.008 Escape 1 23 103 183 LOC106517361 (Zinc finger protein 646-like) Antisense Intragenic, intronic
TAGTATATAGGACTA 15 46 4.1 0.036 Escape 2 13 60 179 LOC106525548 (neurexin-2-like)/unannotated region Antisense/sense Intragenic, intronic/Intergenic
GGCTCTGAATACATTAG 17 5.8 4.5 0.036 Escape 2 126 131 159 LOC106520853 (RNA-binding motif, single-stranded-interacting protein 3)/LOC106533203 (endosialin-like) Antisense/antisense Intragenic, intronic/Intragenic, exonic
TCGGAACTCACCCAGTC 17 15.8 4 0.044 Diapause 2 4 6 6 Unannotated region/LOC106512419 (uncharacterized LOC106512419) Sense/antisense Intergenic/Intragenic, exonic
  1. aLength of the sncRNA in base pairs
  2. bMean counts per million mapped reads across all samples
  3. cLog2 fold change
  4. dStatistical significance (FDR < 0.1)
  5. eDevelopmental phenotype with the higher abundance of the sncRNA
  6. fNumber of alignment locations in the A. limnaeus genome for the sequence if the number of bases indicated is used starting at the 5’ end of the sequence
  7. gThe locations in the A. limnaeus genome where the 15-bp sequence aligned
  8. hThe orientation of each alignment location for the 15-bp sequence in reference to the A. limnaeus genome annotation
  9. iPosition within the alignment location that the sncRNA aligned to