SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

FilenameFormatSizeDescription
tpj12522-sup-0001-supportinginformation.pdfapplication/PDF3507K

Figure S1. Influence of Pi supply on NMR metabolite profiles of Arabidopsis cultures.

Figure S2. Multivariate analysis of cellular metabolite profiles of Arabidopsis cultures grown with differing Pi supply.

Figure S3. Statistical characteristics of best-fit models of central carbon metabolism in Arabidopsis cultures grown with differing Pi supply.

Figure S4. Validation of estimates of CO2 release obtained by MFA.

Table S1. Fractional 13C abundance of metabolites extracted from Arabidopsis cell cultures grown on 20% [13C6]glucose.

Table S2. Reporter metabolites used in the scaling correction for incomplete isotopic equilibration of biosynthetic products.

Table S3. Influence of Pi supply on glucose metabolism by heterotrophic Arabidopsis suspension cultures.

Table S4. Composition of metabolite fractions of Arabidopsis cell cultures grown in media with differing Pi supply.

Table S5. Flux to metabolic products in Arabidopsis cultures grown with differing Pi supply.

Table S6. Positional isotopomer abundance of metabolites derived from Arabidopsis cultures in Pi−, MS and Pi+ media containing [13C]glucose.

Table S7. Mass isotopomer abundance of metabolites derived from Arabidopsis cultures in Pi−, MS and Pi+ media containing [13C]glucose.

Table S8. Definition of reaction network used to model heterotrophic carbon metabolism in Arabidopsis cell cultures.

Table S9. Summary of flux constraints used in modelling the redistribution of labelling through the reaction network of heterotrophic carbon metabolism in Arabidopsis cultures.

Table S10. Fluxes through the central network of heterotrophic carbon metabolism in Arabidopsis cell suspension cultures grown with differing Pi supply.

Table S11. Influence of Pi supply on adenylate and coenzyme balance of metabolism in Arabidopsis cultures expressed as absolute flux values.

Method S1. Metabolomic analysis of cell culture extracts by 1H NMR.

tpj12522-sup-0002-DataS1.xlsxapplication/msexcel483KData S1. Goodness of fit of isotopomer measurements used to deduce flux maps of heterotrophic carbon metabolism in Arabidopsis cultures grown with differing Pi supply.

Please note: Wiley Blackwell is not responsible for the content or functionality of any supporting information supplied by the authors. Any queries (other than missing content) should be directed to the corresponding author for the article.