Additional file 1: of Comparative transcriptome analysis reveals significant differences in the regulation of gene expression between hydrogen cyanide- and ethylene-treated Arabidopsis thaliana

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Table S1. All primers for qRT-PCR. Figure S1. qRT-PCR analysis of DEGs from CK vs HCN and CK vs ET. (a) The top 5 genes co-regulated by HCN and ET were determined by qRT-PCR. The top 5 genes exclusively regulated by HCN (b) or ET (c) were determined by qRT-PCR. Expression ratios (FPKM fold change) obtained from transcriptome data (green) and qRT-PCR (red). (d) Lineage analysis between the transcriptome and qRT-PCR. Figure S2. Heatmap of co-regulated genes by HCN and ET. (a) Heatmap of all common DEGs between CK vs HCN and CK vs HCN. (b) Number of DEGs co-regulated by HCN and ET. (c) Heatmap of common DEGs (fold change ≥2) between CK vs HCN and CK vs ET. (d) Number of DEGs (fold change ≥2) co-regulated by HCN and ET. Table S2. Common GO terms enriched in CK vs HCN and CK vs ET. Figure S3. Comparison of the DEGs related to plant hormone signal transduction between CK vs HCN and CK vs ET. (a) Number of DEGs including up-regulated and down-regulated by HCN and ET. (b) Venn diagram for the number of DEGs regulated by HCN and ET. Table S3. The co-regulated DEGs related to plant hormone signaling transduction pathway by HCN and ET. Table S4. DEGs related to Auxin/IAAs that were regulated by HCN and ET. Table S5. DEGs related to ROS production in CK vs HCN. Table S6. Top 10 co-upregulated DEGs related to stress by HCN and ET. Table S7. Top 10 DEGs related to stress that were exclusively induced by HCN or ET. Table S8. Parts of DEGs related to post-translation regulation by S-cyanylation in CK vs HCN. Table S9. DEGs enriched in cysteine and methionine metabolism that were regulated by HCN. (DOCX 699 kb)