Fig. S1. Seven-day-old colonies of dikaryons of the wild type and deletion strains grown in the light (left panels) or in the dark (right panels) from a point inoculum.

A. Wild type.

B. Δwc-1Δwc-1.

C. Δwc-2Δwc-2.

D. Δhom2Δhom2.

E. Δbri1Δbri1.

F. Δfst4Δfst4.

G. Δc2h2Δc2h2.

H. Δfst3Δfst3.

I. Δhom1Δhom1.

J. Δgat1Δgat1.


Table S1. Differentially expressed genes in the Δwc-2Δwc-2 strain when compared with a wild-type dikaryon. RNA levels are expressed in FPKM (mapped Fragments Per Kilobase of exon model per Million mapped fragments). Only the most informative GO terms (i.e. lowest in the hierarchy) are given.


Table S2. Functional annotation terms that are over-represented in the differentially expressed gene set in the Δwc-2Δwc-2 dikaryon when compared with a wild-type dikaryon. Abbreviated column headers: A, Number of proteins in study set with annotation term; B, Number of proteins in study set without annotation term; C, Number of other proteins with annotation term; D, Number of other proteins without annotation term.


Table S3. Putative heat shock genes belonging to the Hsp26/Hsp42 family in the genome of S. commune and their expression in four developmental stages as determined by MPSS. Samples were grown at 25°C (for more details, see Ohm et al., 2010b).


Table S4. Primers used in this study.

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