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evo12082-sup-0001-TableS1.xlsx61KTable S1. All significantly DE genes (FDR < 10%) separated by treatment contrast on different Excel sheets.
evo12082-sup-0002-TableS2.xlsx51KTable S2. All significantly AE genes (FDR < 10%) separated by treatment contrast on different Excel sheets.
evo12082-sup-0003-TableS3.pdf29KTable S3. Full results of rank mean test for DE genes. Test results are presented by treatment contrast and each line shows a significant biological-process GO term, the number of genes associated with that term and the significance level.
evo12082-sup-0004-TableS4.pdf29KTable S4. Full DAVID functional enrichment results for DE genes. Results are presented for cactus and interaction terms only (mating success genes did not show significant clustering). Cluster enrichment scores are shown with significance considered at >1.3, however some individual terms might show significance, as indicated. The numbers of genes are shown for each significant GO term.
evo12082-sup-0005-TableS5.pdf28KTable S5. Full results of rank mean test for AE genes. Test results are presented by treatment contrast and each line shows a significant biological-process GO term, the number of genes associated with that term and the significance level.
evo12082-sup-0006-TableS6.pdf30KTable S6. Full DAVID functional enrichment results for AE genes. Results are presented for cactus and interaction terms only (mating success genes did not show significant clustering). Cluster enrichment scores are shown with significance considered at >1.3, however some individual terms might show significance, as indicated. The numbers of genes are shown for each significant GO term.
evo12082-sup-0007-TableS7.xls77KTable S7. Details of clustered DE genes used in the heatmap (Fig. 1, see text for details). Biological-process GO terms for all clustered genes are included along with cluster membership and log fold change values.

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