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Published online Apr 24, 2009. doi: 10.1186/1471-2164-10-184
Table 2
Second level GO terms that differed when comparing QTL to the entire genome using GeneMerge.
QTL CategoryGO CodeDescriptionPopulation FrequencyQTL/Populationp value
Body ConformationGO:0044456synapse part0.004294.001550.0004
Body ConformationGO:0045202synapse0.008103.063730.0004
Disease ResistanceGO:0022414reproductive process0.006642.315300.0030
FatGO:0040007growth0.010401.202900.0197
GrowthGO:0005623cell0.426881.053970.0014
GrowthGO:0031974membrane-enclosed lumen0.025311.248000.0070
GrowthGO:0044464cell part0.426831.054080.0014
GrowthGO:0009987cellular process0.407761.060110.0007
GrowthGO:0005215transporter activity0.051601.185840.0034
GrowthGO:0030528transcription regulator activity0.049471.150470.0161
Milk ProteinGO:0044421extracellular region part0.016331.213750.0196
Milk YieldGO:0005623cell0.426881.045820.0041
Milk YieldGO:0044464cell part0.426831.045310.0044
Milk YieldGO:0009987cellular process0.407761.040500.0123
Milk YieldGO:0030528transcription regulator activity0.049471.162690.0077
Milk YieldGO:0043234protein complex0.075801.113890.0160
ReproductionGO:0008152metabolic process0.272841.056890.0174
ReproductionGO:0005488binding0.384401.066510.0007
ReproductionGO:0009987cellular process0.407761.042580.0159
ReproductionGO:0030528transcription regulator activity0.049471.244600.0005
ReproductionGO:0043226organelle0.251031.084650.0015
ReproductionGO:0005198structural molecule activity0.025661.265840.0059
The table describes second level GO terms found to be significantly over represented via hypergeometric analysis. The 'QTL categories' group provides the category from which the subsequent terms were found to be in abundance. Population frequency describes the frequency of the occurrence of the term genome wide. QTL/Population describes the ratio of the frequency of a GO code within a QTL region compared to the frequency of that GO code genome wide.
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