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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Exploring the transcriptional landscape of plant circadian rhythms using genome tiling arrays.

Different types of transcripts and transcription units have variable phase distributions across the day as well as within a locus. (a) Relative phase frequency distribution of cycling sense and antisense transcript phase. (b) Scatter plot of the expression phases of loci with both sense and antisense strand cycling transcripts. (c) Relative phase frequency distribution of cycling sense strand and antisense strand introns and intergenic transcript phase. (d) Scatter plot of the expression phases of transcripts and their cycling introns. tu(s), transcript unit(s).

Samuel P Hazen, et al. Genome Biol. 2009;10(2):R17-R17.
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Figure 6

Figure 6. From: Exploring the transcriptional landscape of plant circadian rhythms using genome tiling arrays.

The Arabidopsis tiling arrays portray several interesting classes of circadian behavior in the genome. Each symbol is a feature on the tilling array showing location in the genome (x-axis) and significance of the spectral analysis (y-axis) for (a) AT2G20400, (b) MIR167, (c) TRANS-ACTING siRNA3, and (d) transfrag-5-6839029. The top half of each panel displays the Watson strand and the bottom half the Crick strand. Individual features that exceed the false discovery rate 5% p-value threshold (-) are considered to have a circadian rhythm.

Samuel P Hazen, et al. Genome Biol. 2009;10(2):R17-R17.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Exploring the transcriptional landscape of plant circadian rhythms using genome tiling arrays.

The Arabidopsis tiling arrays portray several interesting classes of circadian behavior in the genome. Each symbol is a feature on the tilling array showing location in the genome (x-axis) and significance of the spectral analysis (y-axis) for (a) PSEUDO RESPONSE REGULATOR7, (b) PSEUDO RESPONSE REGULATOR9, (c) LOV KELCH PROTEIN2, and (d) ZEITLUPE. The top half of each panel displays the Watson strand and the bottom half the Crick strand. Individual features that exceed the false discovery rate 5% p-value threshold (-) are considered to have a circadian rhythm.

Samuel P Hazen, et al. Genome Biol. 2009;10(2):R17-R17.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Exploring the transcriptional landscape of plant circadian rhythms using genome tiling arrays.

The Arabidopsis tiling arrays portray several interesting classes of circadian behavior in the genome. Each symbol is a feature on the tilling array showing location in the genome (x-axis) and significance of the spectral analysis (y-axis) for (a) EARLY FLOWERING4, (b) TIMING OF CAB2 EXPRESSION1, (c) PSEUDO RESPONSE REGULATOR5, and (d) PSEUDO RESPONSE REGULATOR3. The top half of each panel displays the Watson strand and the bottom half the Crick strand. Individual features that exceed the false discovery rate 5% p-value threshold (-) are considered to have a circadian rhythm.

Samuel P Hazen, et al. Genome Biol. 2009;10(2):R17-R17.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Exploring the transcriptional landscape of plant circadian rhythms using genome tiling arrays.

The Arabidopsis tiling arrays portray several interesting classes of circadian behavior in the genome. Each symbol is a feature on the tilling array showing location in the genome (x-axis) and significance of the spectral analysis (y-axis) for (a) LUX ARRHYTHMO, (b) CIRCADIAN CLOCK ASSOCIATED1, (c) LATE ELONGATED HYPOCOTYL, and (d) EARLY FLOWERING3. The top half of each panel displays the Watson strand and the bottom half the Crick strand. Individual features that exceed the false discovery rate 5% p-value threshold (-) are considered to have a circadian rhythm.

Samuel P Hazen, et al. Genome Biol. 2009;10(2):R17-R17.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Exploring the transcriptional landscape of plant circadian rhythms using genome tiling arrays.

The Arabidopsis tiling arrays portray several interesting classes of circadian behavior in the genome. Each symbol is a feature on the tilling array showing location in the genome (x-axis) and significance of the spectral analysis (y-axis) for (a) FLAVIN-BINDING KELCH DOMAIN F BOX PROTEIN1, (b) GIGANTEA, (c) TIME FOR COFFEE, and (d) CONSTANS LIKE2. The top half of each panel displays the Watson strand and the bottom half the Crick strand. Individual features that exceed the false discovery rate 5% p-value threshold (-) are considered to have a circadian rhythm.

Samuel P Hazen, et al. Genome Biol. 2009;10(2):R17-R17.

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