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Table 3 Correlation analysis of expression patterns of genes among the five accessions

From: Contribution of transcriptional regulation to natural variations in Arabidopsis

  Per 1 Per 2 Per 3 Per 4 Per 5 Per 6 Per 7 Per 8 Per 9 Per 10 Average of Per Observed
10 141 133 127 129 129 130 139 121 130 125 130.4 65
9 263 263 246 268 281 285 271 295 273 259 270.4 271
8 324 324 341 323 336 320 307 324 319 359 327.7 376
7 1555 1555 1542 1539 1499 1508 1541 1524 1521 1505 1528.9 399
6 1523 1523 1575 1505 1515 1547 1557 1495 1524 1539 1530.3 412
5 603 603 590 617 607 629 609 642 632 577 610.9 416
4 692 692 661 725 724 660 668 669 715 719 692.5 471
3 441 441 441 436 440 457 461 457 424 441 443.9 438
2 345 345 375 334 341 351 340 355 357 359 350.2 528
1 360 360 365 382 362 329 345 350 358 350 356.1 600
0 1261 1261 1245 1250 1274 1292 1270 1276 1255 1275 1265.9 3532
  7508 7500 7508 7508 7508 7508 7508 7508 7508 7508   7508
  1. For each gene, the Pearson correlation coefficient was calculated for all the 10 pairwise comparisons among the five accessions, as described in Materials and methods. Genes were then grouped into 11 groups (0-10) according to the number of comparisons having correlation coefficients less than 0.5 (group 10 corresponds to the genes with r < 0.5 from all 10 pairwise comparisons, whereas group 0 corresponds to genes with r ≥ 0.5 from all 10 pairwise comparisons). These results are given in the Observed column. Columns Per 1 to Per 10 show the numbers of genes from the 10 permuted datasets, as described in Materials and methods. These results are visualized in Figure 2.