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Fig. 5

From: Identification and expression analysis of strigolactone biosynthetic and signaling genes reveal strigolactones are involved in fruit development of the woodland strawberry (Fragaria vesca)

Fig. 5

Expression pattern of SL biosynthetic and signaling genes in the flower and early-stage fruit of woodland strawberry. a Expression pattern of SL biosynthetic and signaling genes in the flower tissues (including perianth, carpel, anther, microspore, pollen, and style). b Expression pattern of SL biosynthetic and signaling genes in the early-stage of developing fruit tissues (including embryo, ovule, ghost, wall, cortex, and pith) of woodland strawberry. The transcriptome data was downloaded from (http://bioinformatics.towson.edu/strawberry/) [43]. RPKM values of related genes were in Additional file 9, and transformed in log2 level, and a heatmap was shown using MeV4.8 software. Gray boxes indicate the expression of genes was undetectable. Numbers after flower and fruit tissues represent the developmental stages of flowers and fruits, respectively. The detailed description of the stages and tissues was on the website (http://bioinformatics.towson.edu/strawberry/newpage/Tissue_Description.aspx)

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