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plb687-sup-0001-FigS1.pptapplication/mspowerpoint1223KFigure S1. Results of SDS-PAGE analysis of bark storage protein (BSP) accumulation. Total protein extracts of bark of Populus × canescens exposed to a Photoperiod (PP), a Temperature (T) or a combined Temperature × Photoperiod (TP) treatment were analysed with SDS-PAGE as described in the 'Material and Methods' section. Three gels were run for each treatment. On each gel, one sample of each time point and an aliquot of the same reference sample (ref.) were loaded. Numbers at the left margin of the figure represent the size (kDa) of the protein band included in the applied protein ladder.
plb687-sup-0002-FigS2.pptxapplication/mspowerpoint96KFigure S2. Total amino acid concentration expressed on a dry weight basis in (a) leaves and (b) bark of Populus × canescens exposed to a Photoperiod (PP), a Temperature (T) or a combined Temperature × Photoperiod (TP) treatment.
plb687-sup-0003-FigS3.pptxapplication/mspowerpoint136KFigure S3. Concentrations of arginine, glutamine and asparagine expressed on a dry weight basis in (a) leaves and (b) bark of Populus × canescens exposed to a Photoperiod (PP), a Temperature (T) or a combined Temperature × Photoperiod (TP) treatment.
plb687-sup-0004-FigS4.pptxapplication/mspowerpoint100KFigure S4. Leaf pigment concentrations of Populus × canescens exposed to a Photoperiod (PP), a Temperature (T) or a combined Temperature × Photoperiod (TP) treatment.
plb687-sup-0005-FigS5.pptxapplication/mspowerpoint85KFigure S5. Total amino acid concentration in phloem exudates of Populus × canescens exposed to a Photoperiod (PP), a Temperature (T) or a combined Temperature × Photoperiod (TP) treatment.
plb687-sup-0006-TableS1.xlsapplication/msexcel31KTable S1. Significant correlations (< 0.05) between amino acids, total protein concentration, relative bark storage protein content and transcript abundances in bark of Populus × canescens exposed to a Photoperiod, Temperature or a combined Temperature × Photoperiod (TP) treatment.

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