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From: Grape berry ripening delay induced by a pre-véraison NAA treatment is paralleled by a shift in the expression pattern of auxin- and ethylene-related genes

Figure 3

HORMONOMETER. Heat maps showing the expression of AHD subcategories (top) and the HORMONOMETER results (down). A. The heat map was produced by considering the genes encoding elements of hormone biosynthesis (BS), metabolism (MET), transport (TR), perception (PER), signal transduction (ST), and response (HR), for auxin (AUX), ethylene (C2H4), abscisic acid (ABA) and brassinosteroids (BR), which are the hormone primarily involved in grape berry ripening. HORMONOMETER data were grouped into hormone-responsive genes (H), genes with hormone-specific responsiveness (sRG), hormone-responsive genes encoding TFs (TFs), and genes encoding TFs with hormone-specific responsiveness (sTFs). For each hormone, the following comparisons have been analyzed: N1/C1, N2/C2, and N3/C2. See the Materials and Methods section for a detailed description. B. Colour codes for the two heat maps. For the AHD subcategories, red and green represent up- and down-regulation, respectively. In the HORMONOMETER, orange (value = 1), white (value = 0), and blue (value = -1) indicate a complete correlation, no correlation, or anti-correlation, respectively, in terms of direction and intensity of the hormone index with the queried experiment.

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