International Journal of Plant Genomics / 2009 / Article / Fig 6

Research Article

Transcriptomic Analysis of Starch Biosynthesis in the Developing Grain of Hexaploid Wheat

Figure 6

Expression profiles of major starch biosynthetic genes using gene specific oligoprobes. RNA samples used for hybridization of the oligoarrays were extracted from T. aestivum cv. Hereward caryopses. The -axis shows the developmental stage time-points, the -axis represents the relative gene expression (log 2). All the probesets are gene-specific based on Affymetrix annotation except for enolase and SuSy1, which could potentially cross-hybridize with other similar genes.
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(a) UGPase
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(b) PGI
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(c) PGM
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(d) GPT
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(e) Enolase
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(f) FbPA
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(g) GBSSII
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(h) SBEIIa
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(i) SuSy1
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(j) SuSy2
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(k) AGPase-SSU
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(l) ASPase-LSU
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(m) ADPGT
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(n) SSI
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(o) SSII
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(p) GBSSI
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(q) SBEIIb
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(r) TPI
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(s) SBEI
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(t) SPS
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(u) AATP

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