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Table 3 Multiple genes with known nectary-enriched expression profiles were confirmed by the microarray experiments

From: Uncovering the Arabidopsis thaliana nectary transcriptome: investigation of differential gene expression in floral nectariferous tissues

Locus TAIR annotation Signal over reference tissue avg.a Signal over next highest tissueb Reference
AT1G19640 S-adenosyl-L-methionine:jasmonic acid carboxyl methyltransferase (JMT) 17.25 2.16
pollen
Song et al., 2000 [37]
AT1G69180 transcription factor CRC (CRABS CLAW) 203.32 30.49
inflor. shoot
Bowman and Smyth, 1999 [26]
AT2G39060 nodulin MtN3 family protein 182.61 39.34
mat. stamen
Ge et al., 2000 [35]
AT2G42830 Agamous-like MADS box protein AGL5 (SHP2) 31.76 6.02
imm. carpel
Savidge et al., 1995 [39]
AT3G25810 terpene synthase/cyclase family protein 302.32 65.27
mat. stamen
Tholl et al., 2005 [38]
AT3G27810 myb family transcription factor (MYB3) (MYB21) 9.39 2.28
mature petal
Jackson et al., 1991 [36]
AT3G58780 Agamous-like MADS box protein AGL1/shatterproof 1 (AGL1) (SHP1) 15.13 3.74
mature carpel
Lee et al., 2005 [28]
AT4G18960 floral homeotic protein AGAMOUS (AG) 13.22 1.72
imm. stamen
Baum et al., 2001 [27]
  1. a Average probe signal in nectaries (MLN, ILN, and MMN combined) over combined average probe signals for all reference tissues described in Additional file 2.
  2. b Full normalized probe signals for all genes called 'present' in nectary tissues are available in Additional file 3. An analysis of all nectary-enriched genes is described in Table 2 and Additional files 4, 5, 6 and 7.