Multigenic Delineation of Lower Jaw Deformity in Triploid Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) - Fig 3
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a) Relative expression (2-ΔΔCT, log-transformed mean + SEM) of the eleven transcripts tested in triploid Atlantic salmon Salmo salar individuals belonging to two independent sample sets, ‘experimental’ (exp. 60 g) on the left and ‘industrial’ (ind. 100 g) on the right, and displaying a normal lower jaw (Normal) or a lower jaw deformity (LJD) (n = 6 per jaw trait). Significantly different (P < 0.05) relative expression between traits is indicated by an asterisk. b) A graphic summary of the previous graphs to show significantly different regulation (UP—red, DOWN—blue, NO—grey) and corresponding approximate fold change (significant in bold) in LJD individuals only relative to Normal from the two independent sample sets. Columns of col2a1 and gphb5 have thicker borders to highlight consistent differential expression between independent sample sets.