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Table S1 Features transcribed at different levels among Atlantic salmon from suspended sediment and nonsediment environments (<SMALLCAPS>ANOVA</SMALLCAPS> permutation F-test, P < 0.05).

Table S2 Features transcribed at different levels among wild, domesticated, and hybrid Atlantic salmon (<SMALLCAPS>ANOVA</SMALLCAPS> permutation F-test, P < 0.05).

Table S3 Features with transcription levels different for the interaction of strain-by-environment (<SMALLCAPS>ANOVA</SMALLCAPS> permutation F-test, P < 0.05).

Table S4 Most specific GO terms over-represented (Fisher’s exact test at FDR < 0.05) among the genes with different transcription levels among wild, domesticated, and hybrid Atlantic salmon (<SMALLCAPS>ANOVA</SMALLCAPS> permutation F-test, FDR < 0.05).

Table S5 Most specific GO terms over-represented (Fisher’s exact test at FDR < 0.2) among the genes with different transcription levels between Atlantic salmon from suspended sediment and nonsediment environments (<SMALLCAPS>ANOVA</SMALLCAPS> permutation F-test, FDR < 0.2).AUTHOR: Please provide citation for the Table S5.

Table S6 Key variables of the analysis for nonadditive gene transcription patterns by means of the δ/α ratio in hybrid salmon for genes different between wild, domesticated, and hybrid Atlantic salmon (<SMALLCAPS>ANOVA</SMALLCAPS> permutation F-test, FDR < 0.05).

Table S7 P-values and Pearson’s correlation coefficients obtained from the correlation between the relative transcription level and the natural logarithmic weight for each strain for genes different among strains.

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