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Data for Figure 2I-2K in Chew et al. PNAS 2014.
Experimental conditions: ∼21.3 °C; 12:12-h light/dark cycle; light intensity, 110 μmol·m−2·s−1;mean daytime CO2 level, 375 ppm. The error bars show the SEs of five plants
Further detail on the experimental conditions is contained in the public record on the BioDare resource, link to follow
Data for Figure 3G and Supplementary Figure 4, including gas exchange measurements and photo of the experimental setup. The 'Summary' sheets in the XLSX files often include published graphs. Simulation data are included from FMv1.
These data were acquired in a separate experiment from the biomass, in March 2013. Replication of the earlier biomass study was imperfect, as some plants became a little dry when watering was controlled to reduce moss growth. Sufficient plants grew strongly to measure
Data for Figure 3A-3F and Supplementary Figures 2, 3, and 6, including leaf number, biomass and leaf areas. Image data for leaf areas are included in a .ZIP archive. The 'Summary' sheets in the XLSX files often include published graphs. Simulation data are included from FMv1.
These data were acquired in June 2012.
Experimental conditions: ~22C constant temperature; 12:12-h light/dark cycle; light intensity = 130 μmol·m−2·s−1; average daytime CO2 concentration = 375 ppm. 10 plants per genotype per
Data for Figures 5D-5F and Supplementary Figure 7B, 7C, including biomass and leaf areas. Image data for leaf areas are included in a .ZIP archive, with two samples as published in 5D. The 'Summary' sheets in the XLSX files include published graphs. Simulation data are included from FMv1.
These data were acquired in April 2014, in a separate experiment from the La(er) and Fei-0.
Experimental conditions: ∼20.7 °C constant temperature; 12h:12h light/dark cycle; light intensity = 100μmol·m−2·s−1;
Data for Figure 4, from the prior publication of Sulpice et al. Mol. Plant 2014: Biomass, net growth and starch levels at end of day and end of night, under light:dark cycles of 4:20, 6:18, 8:16, 12:12 and 18:6 hours.
This Excel template is the general (master) template for any type of metabolomics data. It can be used as it is, or extended and modified to create a more specific templates for particular technologies and assay types.
These Python scripts define and simulate the translational coincidence model. This model takes measured transcript dynamics (Blasing et al, 2005) in 12L:12D, measured synthesis rates of protein in light compared to dark (Pal et al, 2013), and outputs predicted changes in protein abundance between short (6h) and long (18h) photoperiods. These are compared to the photoperiod proteomics dataset we generated.
Data and Python scripts to run the analysis of literature data that estimates rates of protein synthesis in the light and dark, and overall rates of protein turnover, in Cyanothece and Ostrecoccus tauri.
The same plant material used for transcriptome analysis in (Flis et al., 2016) was the basis of our proteome study. Briefly, Arabidopsis thaliana Col-0 plants were grown on GS 90 soil mixed in a ratio 2:1 (v/v) with vermiculite. Plants were grown for 1 week in a 16 h light (250 μmol m−2 s−1, 20 °C)/8 h dark (6 °C) regime followed by an 8 h light (160 μmol m−2 s−1, 20 °C)/16 h dark (16 °C) regime for one week. Plants were then replanted with five seedlings per pot, transferred for
Transcript profiling by microarray in 4, 6, 8, 12 and 18 h photoperiods, originally published in Flis et al, 2016, Photoperiod-dependent changes in the phase of core clock transcripts and global transcriptional outputs at dawn and dusk in Arabidopsis. doi: 10.1111/pce.12754.