Supplementary Figure S1 from Has adaptation occurred in males and females since separate sexes evolved in the plant Silene latifolia?
journal contributionposted on 09.07.2018 by Niklaus Zemp, Alex Widmer, Deborah Charlesworth
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Summary of the estimated expression intensities in contigs with detectable sex biases in expression in S. latifolia males and females due to changes that are mainly in females or males). The changes in each sex, relative to the expression in the hermaphrodite, are indicated using the same notation as in Figure 1, and panels A to D correspond with the panels with the same letters in Figure 2, which shows results for changes specific to females or males; as in that figure, differences significant with P < 0.05, after adjusting for multiple testing (Benjamini and Hochberg 1995) using multiple Wilcoxon tests are indicated by different letters in the figure.