Extended Data Figure 3 : Number of cycling genes, percentage of adopted models, and relationship between amplitude and genes called cycling in each condition.

From: Tissue-specific clocks in Arabidopsis show asymmetric coupling

Extended Data Figure 3

a, b, Number of genes that cycle under long-day or short-day conditions in each tissue. c, Percentage of genes called cycling in a number of conditions. Four per cent of genes were not rhythmic in any condition. The remaining 96% of genes were broken down by the number of conditions for which they were called cycling. d, Frequency of model name adopted by the HAYSTACK analysis. Mt, AsyMt1 and AsyMt2 are integrated as Mt; and hBox, Box1, Box1.5 and Box2 are integrated as Box. e, Comparison of the percentage of genes called cycling versus genes not called cycling, by amplitude. Amplitude was estimated by dividing the maximum by the mean expression value across the time course.