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Table 3 GeneChip data integrated into TRUNCATULIX.

From: TRUNCATULIX – a data warehouse for the legume community

Experiment Number of GeneChip arrays
Mature organs series 24
Leaf: 4-week old trifolia were harvest without their petioles (but with their petiolule) [46] 3
Petiole: Petioles from 4-week old plant [46] 3
Stem: Stems of 4-week old plants (without vegetative buds) [46] 3
Vegetative Bud: Vegetative buds of 4-week old plants [46] 3
Root: 4-week old non-inoculated roots [46] 3
Nodule: Nodules from 4-week old plants [46] 3
Flower: Fully open flowers were harvest at the day of anthesis [46] 3
Pod: Mix of small, medium and physiologically mature pods [46] 3
Nodulation development series 12
Root-0d: Roots at 0 dpi (control for nodule developmental series) [46] 3
Nod4d: Nodules at 4 dpi (root lumps with residual roots) [46] 3
Nod10d: Developing nodules at 10 dpi [46] 3
Nod14d: Mature nodules at 14 dpi [46] 3
Seed development series 18
Seed10d: Developing seeds at early embryogenesis – 10 dap [46] 3
Seed12d: Developing seeds at 12 dap (transition between embryogenesis and seed filling) [46] 3
Seed16d: Developing seeds at 16 dap (accumulation of storage proteins) [46] 3
Seed20d: Developing seeds at 20 dap (seed filling) [46] 3
Seed24d: Developing seeds at 24 dap (maturation phase) [46] 3
Seed36d: Developing seeds at 36 dap (physiologically mature seeds, desiccation) [46] 3
Total 54
  1. The table shows the experiments and number of GeneChip arrays® directly imported into TRUNCATULIX. The three experiments address major topics: Mature organs covering the whole plant, nodulation development, and seed development.