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Figure S1. The number of significantly expressed genes (detection p < 0.05) from each GeneChip. The number of genes detected in each experiment is shown as a percentage of the total. The detection p values were calculated using MAS5.

Figure S2. Genome-wide hierarchical cluster analysis using AtGenExpress data. All genes present on the ATH1 chip were clustered hierarchically using AtGenExpress data sets. The following clusters were extracted: ribosomal protein and ubiquitin genes (A); histones, cyclins, and cell division-related genes (B); and anthocyanin-related genes (C). The colors represent the relative expression levels of the genes, where red is higher expression and green is lower expression. The genes are presented with their AGI codes and annotations (TAIR release 7).

Figure S3. ClusterCutting, a web-based co-expression/expression viewer from RIKEN PRIMe. ClusterCutting images obtained from the Web site are presented. ClusterCutting extracts a portion of the genome-wide HCA data. (A) Click on ClusterCutting on the Transcriptome layer of the PRIMe main page (http://prime.psc.riken.jp) to view the ClusterCutting page (B). Input the AGI code for the gene of interest into the Locus ID window. The system will then extract the HCA results and bring up a new window, in which there is a button to visualize the result and links to download the result files. The results may be opened using Java Treeview software.

Table S1. Significantly expressed genes (detection p < 0.05) from the hormone series data.

Table S2. Hormone-inducible genes (low stringency).

Table S3. Assessment of the replicated experiments using linear regression analysis.

Table S4. Overlapping transcriptional targets in response to hormone treatment.

Table S5. Hormone-inducible genes (high stringency).

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