TOP TEN perturbations for AT4G30750 (Arabidopsis thaliana)

Organism: Arabidopsis thaliana
Gene: AT4G30750
Selected probe(set): 253596_s_at
Platform: Affymetrix Arabidopsis ATH1 Genome Array

Expression of AT4G30750 (253596_s_at) across 3240 perturbations tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

Bl-1 / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.7887993
Number of Samples:3 / 2
Experimental Bl-1
Arabidopsis accession: Bologna 1. NASC ID: N968.
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

Sha / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.7600384
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental Sha
Arabidopsis accession Shakdara. Origin: Pamiro-Alay, Tajikistan (latitude 39.2501, longitude 68.2499, altitude 3400m; mean annual temperature 0.5°C, accumulated annual rain 893mm, accumulated annual radiation 1787.4kWh/m2). When 4-day-old Sha seedlings are exposed to mild drought stress (soil water content (SWC) of 1.2g H2O g-1 dry soil) for 6 days, area of their 3rd rosette leaf is reduced by approx. 7% compared to that of control Sha seedlings grown for 4+6 days at SWC of 2.2g H2O g-1 dry soil. When 4-day-old Sha seedlings are exposed to mild drought stress for 18 days (SWC is kept at 1.2g H2O g-1 dry soil for the first 6 days, then slowly decreases and is kept at 0.7g H2O g-1 dry soil till the end of the treatment), area of their 3rd rosette leaf is reduced by approx. 63% compared to that of control Sha plants grown for 4+18 days at SWC of 2.2g H2O g-1 dry soil (Clauw et al., 2015, Plant Physiol. 167: 800-816; Duruflé et al., 2019, Front Plant Sci. 10: 430).
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

Bl-1 / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.6891088
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental Bl-1
Arabidopsis accession: Bologna 1. NASC ID: N968.
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

Sha / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.6833105
Number of Samples:3 / 2
Experimental Sha
Arabidopsis accession Shakdara. Origin: Pamiro-Alay, Tajikistan (latitude 39.2501, longitude 68.2499, altitude 3400m; mean annual temperature 0.5°C, accumulated annual rain 893mm, accumulated annual radiation 1787.4kWh/m2). When 4-day-old Sha seedlings are exposed to mild drought stress (soil water content (SWC) of 1.2g H2O g-1 dry soil) for 6 days, area of their 3rd rosette leaf is reduced by approx. 7% compared to that of control Sha seedlings grown for 4+6 days at SWC of 2.2g H2O g-1 dry soil. When 4-day-old Sha seedlings are exposed to mild drought stress for 18 days (SWC is kept at 1.2g H2O g-1 dry soil for the first 6 days, then slowly decreases and is kept at 0.7g H2O g-1 dry soil till the end of the treatment), area of their 3rd rosette leaf is reduced by approx. 63% compared to that of control Sha plants grown for 4+18 days at SWC of 2.2g H2O g-1 dry soil (Clauw et al., 2015, Plant Physiol. 167: 800-816; Duruflé et al., 2019, Front Plant Sci. 10: 430).
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

Bl-1 / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.6398573
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental Bl-1
Arabidopsis accession: Bologna 1. NASC ID: N968.
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

Sha / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.5883942
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental Sha
Arabidopsis accession Shakdara. Origin: Pamiro-Alay, Tajikistan (latitude 39.2501, longitude 68.2499, altitude 3400m; mean annual temperature 0.5°C, accumulated annual rain 893mm, accumulated annual radiation 1787.4kWh/m2). When 4-day-old Sha seedlings are exposed to mild drought stress (soil water content (SWC) of 1.2g H2O g-1 dry soil) for 6 days, area of their 3rd rosette leaf is reduced by approx. 7% compared to that of control Sha seedlings grown for 4+6 days at SWC of 2.2g H2O g-1 dry soil. When 4-day-old Sha seedlings are exposed to mild drought stress for 18 days (SWC is kept at 1.2g H2O g-1 dry soil for the first 6 days, then slowly decreases and is kept at 0.7g H2O g-1 dry soil till the end of the treatment), area of their 3rd rosette leaf is reduced by approx. 63% compared to that of control Sha plants grown for 4+18 days at SWC of 2.2g H2O g-1 dry soil (Clauw et al., 2015, Plant Physiol. 167: 800-816; Duruflé et al., 2019, Front Plant Sci. 10: 430).
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

germination (48h) / seed desiccation

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.5794096
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental germination (48h)
Col-0 seeds were harvested, allowed to dessicate for 15 days in darkness, sterilized, plated on Murashige and Skoog medium (containing 3% sucrose), stratified at 4°C in darkness for 48h, and then transferred to continuous light (100µmol photons m-2 s-1) at 22°C for 48h.
Control seed desiccation
Col-0 seeds were harvested and allowed to dessicate for 15 days in darkness.

C24 / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.5612488
Number of Samples:3 / 2
Experimental C24
Arabidopsis accession comparatively tolerant to ozone: ozone treated (400nl L-1 O3 for 6h) C24 shows less cell death than ozone treated Te-0 accession. When plants are exposed to 400nl L-1 ozone for 4h, both stomatal O3 uptake rate and cumulative O3 dose received by the plants during the treatment are lower in C24 than in Te-0 (Xu et al., 2015, Plant Cell Environ. 38: 1418-1433). In the study by (Nakano et al., 2020, Front Plant Sci. 11: 405), aluminum tolerance of C24 was 14.6; calculated as: (root length of 5-day-old seedlings grown in the presence of 5µM AlCl3 at pH 5.0 / root length of 5-day-old seedlings grown without Al at pH 5.0) x 100.
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

Bl-1 / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.5586758
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental Bl-1
Arabidopsis accession: Bologna 1. NASC ID: N968.
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).

C24 / Bur-0

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.5197363
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental C24
Arabidopsis accession comparatively tolerant to ozone: ozone treated (400nl L-1 O3 for 6h) C24 shows less cell death than ozone treated Te-0 accession. When plants are exposed to 400nl L-1 ozone for 4h, both stomatal O3 uptake rate and cumulative O3 dose received by the plants during the treatment are lower in C24 than in Te-0 (Xu et al., 2015, Plant Cell Environ. 38: 1418-1433). In the study by (Nakano et al., 2020, Front Plant Sci. 11: 405), aluminum tolerance of C24 was 14.6; calculated as: (root length of 5-day-old seedlings grown in the presence of 5µM AlCl3 at pH 5.0 / root length of 5-day-old seedlings grown without Al at pH 5.0) x 100.
Control Bur-0
Arabidopsis accession Burren-0. Origin: Burren, Ireland (54.1°N 6.2°W). NASC ID: N1028; ABRC Stock No.: CS6643. Bur-0 is adapted to cool/damp climate and does not require vernalization for flowering. When drought stress is applied to Bur-0 plants by allowing the soil to dry slowly from 98% to 39% soil water remaining, root dry weight/total dry weight ratio very slightly increases, leaf relative water content slightly decreases, leaf nitrogen concentration (N% dry weight) slightly increases compared to those of Bur-0 control plants grown at 98% soil water remaining (Des Marais, 2012, Plant Cell 24: 893-914). Bur-0 seeds, buried in soil in field conditions (UK) in October, have the highest potential to germinate when excavated and illuminated in late spring the following year (Footitt et al., 2020, New Phytol. 225: 2035-2047).