Co-expression analysis

Gene ID At5g44110
Gene name POP1
Module size 6 genes
NF 0.17
%ile 14.2



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

Click gene/probe ID to show a list of genes that are co-expressed with the gene.

VF %ile CC Gene ID Repr. ID Gene name Func. O.I. H.G. S.X. Other DB
0.5570.61.00At5g44110834434POP1Encodes a member of the NAP subfamily of ABC transporters.O.I.H.G.S.X.
0.3338.10.80At5g02270831709ATNAP9member of NAP subfamilyO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.3338.10.69At5g10830830950embryo-abundant protein-relatedF:methyltransferase activity;P:metabolic process;C:cellular_component unknown;BPFMOAO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.2930.30.69At3g44190823541pyridine nucleotide-disulphide oxidoreductase family proteinF:electron carrier activity, oxidoreductase activity, FAD binding;P:unknown;C:unknown;BOFAMPO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.146.80.73At5g37550833733unknown proteinF:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;PO.I.H.G.S.X.
0.092.80.71At1g773308440691-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate oxidase, putative / ACC oxidase, putativesimilar to 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate oxidase GI:3386565 from (Sorghum bicolor)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
102.799.9GSM131699ATGE_81_CGSE5634AtGenExpress: Developmental series (siliques and seeds)Link to GEO
97.099.9GSM131698ATGE_81_BGSE5634AtGenExpress: Developmental series (siliques and seeds)Link to GEO
94.099.9GSM205430met1-3_leaf_fourth-selfed generation_rep02GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
89.599.9GSM131697ATGE_81_AGSE5634AtGenExpress: Developmental series (siliques and seeds)Link to GEO
83.899.9GSM205428met1-3_leaf_fourth-selfed generation_rep01GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
67.799.9GSM205364met1-3_leaf_second-selfed generation_rep01GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
61.099.8GSM133762Lindsey_1-14_torpedo-root_Rep1_ATH1GSE5730Transcriptional profiling of laser-capture micro-dissected embryonic tissuesLink to GEO
59.799.8GSM131695ATGE_79_BGSE5634AtGenExpress: Developmental series (siliques and seeds)Link to GEO
55.199.8E-ATMX-1-raw-cel-1112746154
46.099.8GSM184551Whole roots 2hr KCl control treated then incubated in protoplast-generating solution minus enzymes, biological rep1GSE7631Cell-specific nitrogen responses in the Arabidopsis rootLink to GEO
45.099.8GSM205426met1-3_leaf_second-selfed generation_rep02GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
43.199.8GSM131696ATGE_79_CGSE5634AtGenExpress: Developmental series (siliques and seeds)Link to GEO
37.799.7GSM131694ATGE_79_AGSE5634AtGenExpress: Developmental series (siliques and seeds)Link to GEO
37.499.7E-ATMX-1-raw-cel-1112746267
35.199.7GSM253649Col-0-2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
34.299.7GSM253646Low_Mo_seg_pool_Ler_col_F2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
34.099.7GSM142740DH001_ATH1_A7-MPG1GSE6162Transcriptome analysis of Arabidopsis microgametogenesisLink to GEO
33.599.7GSM253648Col-0-1GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
32.099.7GSM205435Col_ leaf_ wildtype_rep02GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
30.999.7GSM143309Tsu_genomic_hyb_2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
30.199.7GSM143308Tsu_genomic_hyb_3GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
29.899.7GSM131638ATGE_73_CGSE5632AtGenExpress: Developmental series (flowers and pollen)Link to GEO
29.599.7GSM253650Ler 3GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
29.399.7GSM131637ATGE_73_BGSE5632AtGenExpress: Developmental series (flowers and pollen)Link to GEO
29.099.7GSM154505Arabidopsis hydrated pollen grains rep1GSE6696Transcriptome analyses show changes in gene expression to accompany pollen germination and tube growth in ArabidopsisLink to GEO
27.899.7GSM143302Ts_genomic_hyb_1GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
27.499.7GSM253651Ler 1GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
26.799.7GSM253652Ler 2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
26.499.7GSM239251Columbia glabrous (C24) wild type pollenGSE9408Identification of putative Arabidopsis DEMETER target genes by GeneChip AnalysisLink to GEO
26.199.7GSM205432Col_ leaf_ wildtype_rep01GSE8279Transgenerational Stability of the Arabidopsis Epigenome Is Coordinated by CG MethylationLink to GEO
26.099.7GSM143300Ts_genomic_hyb_3GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
25.999.7GSM143301Ts_genomic_hyb_2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
25.899.7GSM143307Low_Na_seg_pool_tsu_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
25.299.6GSM143298Low_Na_seg_pool_ts_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
25.299.6GSM143306High_Na_seg_pool_tsu_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
24.899.6GSM253647Col-0 3GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
24.299.6GSM143310Tsu_genomic_hyb_1GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
24.299.6GSM253645High_Mo_seg_pool_Ler_col_F2GSE10039Low_Mo_Arabidopsis_mapping_MOT1Link to GEO
24.199.6GSM305284estradiol induced, biological replicate 2GSE12137LEAFY COTYLEDON1 is a key regulator of fatty acid biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thalianaLink to GEO
24.099.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772618
23.799.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772554
23.399.6GSM131636ATGE_73_AGSE5632AtGenExpress: Developmental series (flowers and pollen)Link to GEO
22.999.6GSM239253CaMV::DME pollenGSE9408Identification of putative Arabidopsis DEMETER target genes by GeneChip AnalysisLink to GEO
22.899.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772522
22.799.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772650
22.099.6E-ATMX-1-raw-cel-1112746209
21.999.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772938
21.999.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772714
21.999.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773226
21.899.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772682
21.599.6GSM143299High_Na_seg_pool_ts_col_F2GSE6203Rus_etal_High_Na_Arabidopsis_accessions_mapping_HKT1Link to GEO
21.299.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773002
21.199.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772586
20.999.6GSM10453WT Mature Green Seed 2GSE680Transcript Profiling of Arabidopsis Plant Life CycleLink to GEO
20.899.6GSM154506Arabidopsis hydrated pollen grains rep2GSE6696Transcriptome analyses show changes in gene expression to accompany pollen germination and tube growth in ArabidopsisLink to GEO
20.199.6GSM305282estradiol induced, biological replicate 1GSE12137LEAFY COTYLEDON1 is a key regulator of fatty acid biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thalianaLink to GEO
20.099.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773354
19.599.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773066
19.399.6E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773098
18.599.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773130
18.299.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773162
18.299.5GSM154504Arabidopsis desiccated mature pollen grains rep2GSE6696Transcriptome analyses show changes in gene expression to accompany pollen germination and tube growth in ArabidopsisLink to GEO
17.999.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773194
17.399.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772810
16.999.5GSM10451WT Mature Green Seed 1GSE680Transcript Profiling of Arabidopsis Plant Life CycleLink to GEO
16.699.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772842
16.299.5GSM239252Columbia glabrous (C24) wild type stamenGSE9408Identification of putative Arabidopsis DEMETER target genes by GeneChip AnalysisLink to GEO
16.099.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773258
15.999.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772778
15.999.5E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772746
15.199.4E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773322
15.199.4E-MEXP-285-raw-cel-440782725
14.899.4GSM154503Arabidopsis desiccated mature pollen grains rep1GSE6696Transcriptome analyses show changes in gene expression to accompany pollen germination and tube growth in ArabidopsisLink to GEO
14.899.4E-MEXP-285-raw-cel-440782791
14.699.4E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773034
14.699.4E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772874
14.499.4E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773290
14.399.4E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772906
13.699.4E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432772970
11.699.3E-MEXP-1138-raw-cel-1432773386
10.899.2GSM311291Laser capture microdissected (LCM) chalazal endosperm at the linear-cotyledon stage, biological replicate 1GSE12403Expression data from Arabidopsis seed compartments at the linear-cotyledon stageLink to GEO
8.699.0GSM239254CaMV::DME stamenGSE9408Identification of putative Arabidopsis DEMETER target genes by GeneChip AnalysisLink to GEO

Biological processes inferred to relate to the module

SFGenesGO IDProcess NameLink to AmiGO
0.0431GO:0010218A change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of far red light stimulus. Far red light is electromagnetic radiation of wavelength 700-800nm. An example of this response is seen at the beginning of many plant species developmental stages. These include germination, and the point when cotyledon expansion is triggered. In certain species these processes take place in response to absorption of red light by the pigment molecule phytochrome, but the signal can be reversed by exposure to far red light. During the initial phase the phytochrome molecule is only present in the red light absorbing form, but on absorption of red light it changes to a far red light absorbing form, triggering progress through development. An immediate short period of exposure to far red light entirely returns the pigment to its initial state and prevents triggering of the developmental process. A thirty minute break between red and subsequent far red light exposure renders the red light effect irreversible, and development then occurs regardless of whether far red light exposure subsequently occurs.Link to AmiGO
0.0381GO:0010114A change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a red light stimulus. Red light is electromagnetic radiation of wavelength of 580-700nm. An example of this response is seen at the beginning of many plant species developmental stages. These include germination, and the point when cotyledon expansion is triggered. In certain species these processes take place in response to absorption of red light by the pigment molecule phytochrome, but the signal can be reversed by exposure to far red light. During the initial phase the phytochrome molecule is only present in the red light absorbing form, but on absorption of red light it changes to a far red light absorbing form, triggering progress through development. An immediate short period of exposure to far red light entirely returns the pigment to its initial state and prevents triggering of the developmental process. A thirty minute break between red and subsequent far red light exposure renders the red light effect irreversible, and development then occurs regardless of whether far red light exposure subsequently occurs.Link to AmiGO

KEGG PATHWAY inferred to related to the module

SFGenesKEGG IDPathway nameLink to KEGG
0.029100270Cysteine and methionine metabolismLink to KEGG PATHWAY
0.006101070Biosynthesis of plant hormonesLink to KEGG PATHWAY

Inter-species module comparison

Select a plant to compare co-expressed genes between species.
Glycine_max
Hordeum_vulgare
Oryza_sativa
Populus_trichocarpa
Triticum_aestivum
Vitis_vinifera
Zea_mays



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