ppl12059-sup-0001-FigureS1.pptxPowerPoint 2007 presentation87KFig. S1. Amount of leaf AOX1a (A) and PTOX (B) transcript in WT tobacco plants at different times following the initiation of the stress treatments. As indicated by the arrow, some plants at day 6 of drought were transferred to higher PPFD. On day 7–10, these plants are indicated by the closed squares.
ppl12059-sup-0002-FigureS2.pptxPowerPoint 2007 presentation155KFig. S2. Leaf amount of glucose (A), fructose (B), sucrose (C) and starch (D) in WT (black bars), RI9 (shaded bars) and RI29 (open bars) at different times following the initiation of the stress treatments. Data are the mean ± se of three independent experiments. Number of asterisks above the bar indicates the level of significant difference: *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01; ***P < 0.001. Bars without an asterisk are not significantly different from the WT.
ppl12059-sup-0003-FigureS3.pptPowerPoint presentation1851KFig. S3. Amount of leaf transcript encoding APx, CuZnSOD, FeSOD and GPX in WT, RI9 and RI29 at two different times (6 + 1, 6 + 4 days) following the initiation of the stress treatments. These are a subset of the complete Northern analysis that is reported in Fig. 6. Shown are the individual results from three independent experiments.

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