Supplementary Figure 6.: Quantitative comparison of light emission from flowers of Nicotiana tabacum (right side of each photo) and Nicotiana benthamiana (left side of each photo). | Nature Biotechnology

Supplementary Figure 6.: Quantitative comparison of light emission from flowers of Nicotiana tabacum (right side of each photo) and Nicotiana benthamiana (left side of each photo).

From: Plants with genetically encoded autoluminescence

Supplementary Figure 6.

a and b are images in ambient light and in the dark captured on IVIS Spectrum CT. c and d are images of the same flowers in ambient light and in the dark captured on Sony Alpha ILCE-7M3. On c and d, the flowers were imaged along with the calibrated light source XLS-4 that emits 1.6*109 photons/sec at 525 nm. This calibrated light source was separately imaged on IVIS Spectrum CT, see Figshare (doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.11871888) for raw files. All the flowers were collected from different plants in a single imaging experiment (14 glowing Nicotiana tabacum, and 13 glowing Nicotiana benthamiana plants).

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