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Table 1 Utilization of diverse carbon sources is negatively associated with growth at high temperatures

From: Factors driving metabolic diversity in the budding yeast subphylum

Utilization Observed Expected p adj Difference
Sucrose 428.000 374.15 <0.0001 53.8478
Galactose 445.000 396.3 <0.0001 48.7038
Trehalose 418.000 377.93 0.007 40.0716
Maltose 424.000 366.55 <0.0001 57.4544
Melezitose 402.000 352.02 <0.0001 49.9786
Methyl-α-D-glucoside 386.000 340.78 <0.0001 45.2166
Cellobiose 416.000 370.55 <0.0001 45.4488
Salicin 416.000 371.1 <0.0001 44.896
L-sorbose 429.000 382.19 <0.0001 46.8062
D-xylose 412.000 375.23 0.010 36.769
Ribitol 430.000 375.53 <0.0001 54.4678
D-mannitol 438.000 399.61 <0.0001 38.386
D-glucitol 447.000 404.41 <0.0001 42.5884
D-glucosamine 402.000 354.46 <0.0001 47.5448
2-keto-D-gluconate 413.000 363.27 0.002 49.7272
  1. The observed data are a count of when one trait (e.g., the carbon utilization trait or growth at 37 °C) is present, while the other trait is absent. The expected value is the average count of the presence of either the carbon utilization trait of interest or growth at 37 °C and the absence of the other trait across 10,000 permutations. The difference is the observed minus the expected columns. We corrected for multiple tests across associations with the Benjamini–Hochberg correction (q < 0.05 shown, all data in Additional file 2: Table S2), which is shown in the column padj