Metabolic engineering of the C16 homoterpene TMTT in Lotus japonicus through overexpression of (E,E)-geranyllinalool synthase attracts generalist and specialist predators in different manners
Version of Record online: 19 AUG 2013
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Volume 200, Issue 4, pages 1200–1211, December 2013
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Brillada, C., Nishihara, M., Shimoda, T., Garms, S., Boland, W., Maffei, M. E. and Arimura, G.-i. (2013), Metabolic engineering of the C16 homoterpene TMTT in Lotus japonicus through overexpression of (E,E)-geranyllinalool synthase attracts generalist and specialist predators in different manners. New Phytologist, 200: 1200–1211. doi: 10.1111/nph.12442
- Issue online: 4 NOV 2013
- Version of Record online: 19 AUG 2013
- Manuscript Accepted: 6 JUL 2013
- Manuscript Received: 21 JUN 2013
- Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Grant Number: 24770019
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Fig. S2 Relative mRNA levels of PlTPS2 or MtTPS3 in leaves of transgenic N. tabacum and L. japonicus plants.
Fig. S3 Morphology of wild-type and transgenic N. tabacum plants.
Fig. S4 Morphology of wild-type and transgenic L. japonicus plants.
Fig. S5 Representative gas chromatography-mass spectrometry profile of volatiles emitted from the wild-type and transgenic N. tabacum (NtPT or NtMT) lines.
Fig. S6 Survival rate of L. trifolii from larva to pupal stages in wild-type and LjPT3 lines.
Fig. S7 TPS products and olfactory response of the predatory mites to LjPT5 lines.
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