Supplementary Materials

Phytochromes function as thermosensors in Arabidopsis

Jae-Hoon Jung, Mirela Domijan, Cornelia Klose, Surojit Biswas, Daphne Ezer, Mingjun Gao, Asif Khan Khattak, Mathew S. Box, Varodom Charoensawan, Sandra Cortijo, Manoj Kumar, Alastair Grant, James C. W. Locke, Eberhard Schäfer, Katja E. Jaeger, Philip A. Wigge

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  • Model description
  • Gene expression cluster descriptions
  • Materials and Methods
  • Figs. S1 to S14
  • Table S1
  • Captions for data S1 to S6
  • References
Data S1
<ddAn Excel file containing the normalized read values (Transcripts Per Million; TPM) for gene expression over a 24 h timecourse at 22 and 27ºC. A separate tab is present for each genetic background: Landsberg erecta, phyABCDE and PHYB YHB (Fig. 2).
Data S2
An Excel file listing the genes in each of the 20 clusters depicted in Fig. 2.
Data S3
An Excel file listing the enriched Gene Ontology (GO)-terms for each of the 20 clusters depicted in Fig. 2.
Data S4
A list of the peaks detected as bound by phyB by ChIP-seq (Fig. 3)

Additional Data

Data S5
Scripts used to analyse the Illumina generated sequence reads for RNA- and ChIPseq. (Fig. 2 and 3).
Data S6
The code used to model the PIF-phytochrome temperature network (Fig. 4).