Figure 4 : ∆yeaG mutant strain displays increased metabolic activity than the wild-type strain following sustained N starvation.

From: Adaptation to sustained nitrogen starvation by Escherichia coli requires the eukaryote-like serine/threonine kinase YeaG

Figure 4

(A) Representative histograms of GFP fluorescence in wild-type (blue) and ∆yeaG mutant strain (red) populations at selected time points following induction of GFP expression during ‘recovery’ growth (after 24 h N starvation). The insert is a schematic representation of the experiment. (B) Quantification of GFP production over 8 h of ‘recovery’ growth (insert) was obtained from the geometric means of GFP fluorescence. Error bars represent sd (n = 3).