Summary
Name
Black Walnut - Abiotic Stress Gene Expression
Resource Type
Gene Expression Profile
Organism
Description
This project aims to elucidate the molecular response of hardwood tree seedlings to varying abiotic stresses. Experiments include ozone exposure, mechanical damage as well as a number of different adult tissue types. Expression profiles were determined by mapping reads to the set of assembled transcripts. Reads were mapped with Bowtie2 and counted using HTSeq. Values were normalized using RPKM (Reads Per Kilobase Million) for gene expression profiles.
Expression Data

This analysis contains expression data for 78834 features across 31 biosamples.

Expression Data
Program, Pipeline, Workflow or Method Name
HTSeq; RPKM
Program Version
n/a
Date Performed
Tuesday, July 8, 2014 - 21:00
Data Source
Source Name
: Juglans nigra 120313
Source Version
: 120313
Biosamples
NameTissueTreatmentDescription
BW-M-19dormant twigsnoneBlack Walnut-Sparrow-Mother tree
BW-CH10-28Dleafozone exposure 80ppb for 28 daysBlack Walnut-offspring of Sparrow and Schlesser two yr.old (6 pooled seedlings)
BW-OW-9leafcontrol chamber ozone 10ppb+ mecanical wounding on day 28Black Walnut-offspring of Sparrow and Schlesser two yr.old (6 pooled seedlings)
BW-OW-12leafozone exposure 225ppb for 29 day + mecanical wounding on day 28Black Walnut-offspring of Sparrow and Schlesser two yr.old (6 pooled seedlings)
BW-M-29female flowersnoneBlack Walnut-Sparrow-Mother tree
BW-M-28catkins (male flowers-immature/not shed polen yetnoneBlack Walnut-Sparrow-Mother tree
BW-M-22undamaged twigsnoneBlack Walnut-Sparrow-Mother tree
BW-M-23damaged twigsmechanical woundingBlack Walnut-Sparrow-Mother tree
BW-M-24green twigs/buds-this year growthnoneBlack Walnut-Sparrow-Mother tree
BW-M-21damaged leavesmechanical woundingBlack Walnut-Sparrow-Mother tree

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