Arabidopsis Acyl-Lipid Metabolism pathways:

Based on sequences similarity search against Arabidopsis Lipid Gene Database, About 4,387 unique unigenes in ocsESTdb were characterized as putative unigenes that participate in Arabidopsis Acyl-Lipid Metabolism pathways. There are 839, 1,229,  1,426and 893 unique unigenes in A.hypogaea, B.napus, G.max and S.indicum, respectively. among the unigenes in B.napus, there are 816 belonged to high oil B.napus and the rest unigenes is in low oil B.napus. The classification of molecular interaction and reaction networks is mainly based on classification in Arabidopsis Lipid Gene Database database.
     Note: i.Users can click "+/-" (expanded/collapsed) tag behind class names for pathway lists that unigenes participated.
              ii."B.napus" columns in tables below, "H" stands for high oil B.napus and "L" stands for low oil B.napus.
              iii. Unigenes number in below tables is unique unigene number

  • Acyl-Lipid Metabolism
    • Fatty Acid Synthesis 
    • Fatty Acid Elongation, Desaturation & Export From Plastid 
    • Prokaryotic Galactolipid, Sulfolipid, & Phospholipid Synthesis 
    • Eukaryotic Galactolipid & Sulfolipid Synthesis 
    • Triacylglycerol Biosynthesis 
    • Eukaryotic Phospholipid Synthesis & Editing 
    • Triacylglycerol & Fatty Acid Degradation 
    • Fatty Acid Elongation & Wax Biosynthesis 
    • Sphingolipid Biosynthesis 
    • Mitochondrial Fatty Acid & Lipoic Acid Synthesis 
    • Mitochondrial Phospholipid Synthesis 
    • Mitochondrial Lipopolysaccharide Synthesis 
    • Lipid Trafficking 
    • Cutin Synthesis & Transport 
    • Suberin Synthesis & Transport 
    • Oxylipin Metabolism 
    • Phospholipid Signaling 
    • Unknown 

 

Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) pathways:

Based on sequences similarity search against Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) database, About 19,827 unique unigenes in ocsESTdb were characterized as putative unigenes that participate in KEGG pathway. There are 3,840, 4,270, 5,424 and 6,653 unique unigenes in A.hypogaea, B.napus, G.max and S.indicum, respectively. among the unigenes in B.napus, there are 2,752 belonged to high oil B.napus and the rest unigenes is in low oil B.napus. The classification of molecular interaction and reaction networks is mainly based on classification in Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) database.
     Note: i.Users can click "+/-" (expanded/collapsed) tag behind class names for pathway lists that unigenes participated.
              ii."B.napus" columns in tables below, "H" stands for high oil B.napus and "L" stands for low oil B.napus.
              iii. Unigenes number in below tables is unique unigene number.

 

 

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