Co-expression analysis

Gene ID At2g17950
Gene name WUS (WUSCHEL)
Module size 15 genes
NF 0.72
%ile 89.8

Co-expression network

pink confeito: Transcription factor, green bicone: Binding protein, red cone: Enzyme protein, blue sphere: Other protein
large node: VF over 0.50, middle node: over 0.25, small node: below 0.25

Co-expressed genes

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VF %ile CC Gene ID Repr. ID Gene name Func. O.I. H.G. S.X. Other DB
0.5166.31.00At2g17950816305WUS (WUSCHEL)Homeobox gene controlling the stem cell pool. Expressed in the stem cell organizing center of meristems. Required to keep the stem cells in an undifferentiated state. Regulation of WUS transcription is a central checkpoint in stem cell control. The size of the WUS expression domain controls the size of the stem cell population through WUS indirectly activating the expression of CLAVATA3 (CLV3) in the stem cells and CLV3 repressing WUS transcription through the CLV1 receptor kinase signaling pathway. Repression of WUS transcription through AGAMOUS (AG) activity controls stem cell activity in the determinate floral meristem. Binds to TAAT element core motif.O.I.H.G.S.X.
0.8391.40.72At3g10890820259(1-4)-beta-mannan endohydrolase, putativeF:cation binding, hydrolase activity, hydrolyzing O-glycosyl compounds, catalytic activity;P:carbohydrate metabolic process;C:endomembrane system;PFBOAO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.8190.40.80At1g30350839915pectate lyase family proteinF:lyase activity, pectate lyase activity;P:biological_process unknown;C:endomembrane system;BPFOO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.8089.80.78At1g28430839741CYP705A24member of CYP705AO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.8089.80.82At2g23800816912GGPS2 (GERANYLGERANYL PYROPHOSPHATE SYNTHASE 2)encodes an endoplasmic reticulum-targeted geranylgeranyl pyrophosphate synthaseO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.7989.10.77At3g52810824447PAP21 (PURPLE ACID PHOSPHATASE 21)F:protein serine/threonine phosphatase activity, acid phosphatase activity;P:biological_process unknown;C:endomembrane system;PBMOFAO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.7788.00.75At1g23240838933caleosin-related family proteinF:lipase activity, calcium ion binding;P:unknown;C:extracellular region;PFOO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.7788.00.75At5g07540830647GRP16 (GLYCINE-RICH PROTEIN 16)encodes a glycine-rich protein that is expressed only in flowers during a specific developmental stage (flower stages 11 and 12).O.I.H.G.S.X.
0.7586.90.75At4g18960827631AG (AGAMOUS)Floral homeotic gene encoding a MADS domain transcription factor. Specifies floral meristem and carpel and stamen identity. Binds CArG box sequences. It is the only C function gene. It interacts genetically with the other homeotic genes to specify the floral organs.O.I.H.G.S.X.
0.7586.90.72At5g07510830644GRP14encodes a glycine-rich protein that is expressed in low abundance in stems and leaves, and very low abundance in flowers.O.I.H.G.S.X.
0.7184.20.80At5g61430836264ANAC100 (ARABIDOPSIS NAC DOMAIN CONTAINING PROTEIN 100)F:transcription factor activity;P:multicellular organismal development, regulation of transcription;C:cellular_component unknown;PO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.6982.90.72At1g23250838934calcium ion bindingF:calcium ion binding;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;PFOO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.6982.90.72At1g23590838969unknown proteinF:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;PO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.6579.60.72At5g07520830645GRP18 (GLYCINE-RICH PROTEIN 18)encodes a glycine-rich protein that is expressed only in flowers during a specific developmental stage (flower stage 12).O.I.H.G.S.X.
0.6579.60.72At5g07530830646GRP17 (GLYCINE RICH PROTEIN 17)encodes a glycine-rich protein that has oleosin domain and is expressed specifically during flower stages 10 to 12. Protein is found on mature pollen coat.O.I.H.G.S.X.

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Specific experiments for the module

Std2 GX %ile GSM ID Assay name GSE ID Experiment title Link to GEO
90.699.9GSM253645High_Mo_seg_pool_Ler_col_F2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
86.699.9GSM253646Low_Mo_seg_pool_Ler_col_F2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
85.299.9GSM253647Col-0 3GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
74.099.9GSM253650Ler 3GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
72.599.9GSM253652Ler 2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
70.199.9GSM143299High_Na_seg_pool_ts_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
69.899.9GSM253651Ler 1GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
68.199.9GSM253649Col-0-2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
64.899.8GSM143310Tsu_genomic_hyb_1GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
64.799.8GSM143302Ts_genomic_hyb_1GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
61.699.8GSM143301Ts_genomic_hyb_2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
61.699.8GSM143300Ts_genomic_hyb_3GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
60.299.8GSM143298Low_Na_seg_pool_ts_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
56.899.8GSM143307Low_Na_seg_pool_tsu_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
56.399.8GSM143306High_Na_seg_pool_tsu_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
53.599.8GSM143309Tsu_genomic_hyb_2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
51.899.8GSM253648Col-0-1GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
50.799.8GSM143308Tsu_genomic_hyb_3GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
49.799.8GSM184556Whole roots 2hr KNO3 treated then incubated in protoplast-generating solution minus enzymes, biological rep2GSE7631Cell-specific nitrogen responses in the Arabidopsis rootLink to GEO
35.499.7GSM184537Whole roots 2hr KCl control treated then frozen, biological rep1GSE7631Cell-specific nitrogen responses in the Arabidopsis rootLink to GEO
30.899.7GSM142668NE001_ATH1_A6-Evans-m40-repeatGSE6154Molecular basis of respiratory burst-mediated thermotolerance in ArabidopsisLink to GEO
29.899.7GSM184551Whole roots 2hr KCl control treated then incubated in protoplast-generating solution minus enzymes, biological rep1GSE7631Cell-specific nitrogen responses in the Arabidopsis rootLink to GEO
28.199.7GSM142665NE001_ATH1_A3-Evans-w40GSE6154Molecular basis of respiratory burst-mediated thermotolerance in ArabidopsisLink to GEO
25.799.7GSM10451WT Mature Green Seed 1GSE680Transcript Profiling of Arabidopsis Plant Life CycleLink to GEO
18.699.5GSM133762Lindsey_1-14_torpedo-root_Rep1_ATH1GSE5730Transcriptional profiling of laser-capture micro-dissected embryonic tissuesLink to GEO
17.799.5GSM205435Col_ leaf_ wildtype_rep02GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
15.899.5GSM10481lec1-1 Mature Green Seed 1GSE1051Seed development in LEAFY COTYLEDON1 mutantsLink to GEO
12.799.3GSM10482lec1-1 Mature Green Seed 2GSE1051Seed development in LEAFY COTYLEDON1 mutantsLink to GEO
12.599.3GSM67086Arabidopsis_Stigma02GSE3056Arabidopsis Pollination StudyLink to GEO
12.099.3GSM10454WT Post-Mature Green Seed 1GSE680Transcript Profiling of Arabidopsis Plant Life CycleLink to GEO
10.999.2GSM10453WT Mature Green Seed 2GSE680Transcript Profiling of Arabidopsis Plant Life CycleLink to GEO
10.899.2GSM67087Arabidopsis_Stigma03GSE3056Arabidopsis Pollination StudyLink to GEO
10.599.2GSM205364met1-3_leaf_second-selfed generation_rep01GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
10.199.2GSM142625MC002_ATH1_A1.3-dubos-wtxGSE6151The mechanisms involved in the interplay between dormancy and secondary growth in ArabidopsisLink to GEO
9.899.1GSM205426met1-3_leaf_second-selfed generation_rep02GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
9.099.1GSM131698ATGE_81_BGSE5634AtGenExpress: Developmental series (siliques and seeds)Link to GEO

Biological processes inferred to relate to the module

SFGenesGO IDProcess NameLink to AmiGO
0.2584GO:0019953The regular alternation, in the life cycle of haplontic, diplontic and diplohaplontic organisms, of meiosis and fertilization which provides for the production offspring. In diplontic organisms there is a life cycle in which the products of meiosis behave directly as gametes, fusing to form a zygote from which the diploid, or sexually reproductive polyploid, adult organism will develop. In diplohaplontic organisms a haploid phase (gametophyte) exists in the life cycle between meiosis and fertilization (e.g. higher plants, many algae and Fungi); the products of meiosis are spores that develop as haploid individuals from which haploid gametes develop to form a diploid zygote; diplohaplontic organisms show an alternation of haploid and diploid generations. In haplontic organisms meiosis occurs in the zygote, giving rise to four haploid cells (e.g. many algae and protozoa), only the zygote is diploid and this may form a resistant spore, tiding organisms over hard times.Link to AmiGO
0.2424GO:0019915The accumulation and maintenance in cells or tissues of lipids, compounds soluble in organic solvents but insoluble or sparingly soluble in aqueous solvents. Lipid reserves can be accumulated during early developmental stages for mobilization and utilization at later stages of development.Link to AmiGO
0.1251GO:0009859The process by which water is taken up by pollen.Link to AmiGO

KEGG PATHWAY inferred to related to the module

SFGenesKEGG IDPathway nameLink to KEGG
0.043100040Pentose and glucuronate interconversionsLink to KEGG PATHWAY
0.036100900Terpenoid backbone biosynthesisLink to KEGG PATHWAY
0.012101066Biosynthesis of alkaloids derived from terpenoid and polyketideLink to KEGG PATHWAY

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