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Table 1 Overview of inoculation experiments (exp.)

From: ERECTA, salicylic acid, abscisic acid, and jasmonic acid modulate quantitative disease resistance of Arabidopsis thaliana to Verticillium longisporum

Exp. no. Genotypes Traits Plant replicates control/V43 Batch replicates controlcV43 Date Environment
1 Bur, Ler, 94 RILs Systemic colonization1), stunting2), chlorosis3), development time4) 15/30 for RILs, 90/90 for Bur and Ler 1/1 for RILs, 6/6 for Bur and Ler 01/2009-03/2009 Greenhouse
2 Bur, Ler, 94 RILs Systemic colonization, stunting, chlorosis development time 15/30 for RILs, 90/90 for Bur and Ler 1/1for RILs, 6/6 for Bur and Ler 04/2009-06/2009 Greenhouse
3 La-0, Ler, Col-0, er-105, er-108, er-111, er-116, er-118, agb1-1 Systemic colonization, stunting, chlorosis 30/300 1/10 01/2010-03/2010 Greenhouse
4 Bur, Ler Phytohormone contents in different developmental stages 90-120/90-120 6-8/6-8 12/2009-02/2010 Greenhouse
5 La-0, Ler, Col-0, er-105, Bur Phytohormone contents 180/180 6/6-7 01/2011-03/2011 Greenhouse
6 Bur, Ler, NIL5, NIL9 Phytohormone contents 90/90 6/6-7 09/2012-11/2012 Greenhouse
7 Bur, Ler Chlorosis 60/60 2/2 08/2008-10/2008 Growth chamber
  1. Assessed parameters per trait for phenotyping: 1)a) Percentage of colonized shoot segments, b) fungal DNA content [pg/mg fresh weight], 2)a) performance height, b) performance fresh weight, 3)a) number of yellow leaves, b) percentage of yellow leaves, c) difference in number of yellow leaves between inoculated and mock-inoculated plants, 4)days to flowering in mock-inoculated plants. Plant replicates = number of individual plants; batch replicates = number of batches of 15 or 30 plants growing in a tray.