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Fig. 3 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 3

From: Integrated analysis of 454 and Illumina transcriptomic sequencing characterizes carbon flux and energy source for fatty acid synthesis in developing Lindera glauca fruits for woody biodiesel

Fig. 3

Transcriptional expression analysis for enzymes involved in carbon assimilation and partitioning in developing L. glauca fruits by qRT-PCR. a Differential expressions for genes involved in carbon assimilation. b Differential transcript patterns for enzymes related to sucrose cleavage. c Comparative analysis of transcript levels for enzymes in both cytosolic and plastidial glycolysis. d Comparative analysis of transcript levels for enzymes in both cytosolic and plastidial OPPP. e Differential transcript profiles for alternative enzymes involved in acetyl-CoA generation. The genes encoding for large subunit ribosomal protein L32e and ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme (UBC) were used as internal controls. The relative expression values in heatmap were counted as 2Ct. The cytosolic (c), plastidial (p), or mitochondrial (m) isoforms of the enzymes are indicated by a prefix in c, d, or e, respectively

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