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Scatter plots contrasting the relative allelic expression levels of parents and F1 offspring. Since the large number of genes makes a quantitative assessment difficult, we also show the density distribution for each class of genes. For representation purposes density distribution of genes with no significant differences in gene expression (yellow) is scaled by 1/10. While at (B) 18°C almost no allelic heterogeneity is present, the number of cis- and trans-effects increases with more extreme temperatures, (A) 13°C (C) 23°C and (D) 29°C.
(a) Pairwise correlation coefficient matrix (Spearman’s r) between cis-effects and trans-effects across all temperatures. The correlation of cis-effects across environments was more similar than the one of trans-effects. (b) Venn Diagram showing the number of cis-regulated and (c) trans-regulated genes at four different temperatures.
Citation: The PLOS Genetics Staff (2016) Correction: Temperature Stress Mediates Decanalization and Dominance of Gene Expression in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS Genet 12(5): e1006079. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1006079
Published: May 19, 2016
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