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Table 2 Differentially expressed genes that are likely to be associated with the spl5 phenotype according to the microarray analysis

From: Transcriptome profiling of the spl5 mutant reveals that SPL5 has a negative role in the biosynthesis of serotonin for rice disease resistance

Function type a Accession b Annotation c spl5 -FL/WT d spl5 -ML/WT
Defense response Os07g0251200 Harpin-induced 1 domain containing protein 22.04 25.34
Os10g0464000 Hypersensitive-induced response protein 17.80 44.48
Os11g0514500 Leucine-rich repeat-containing extracellular glycoprotein precursor 11.75 13.44
Os01g0944900 Beta-1,3-glucanase precursor 8.75 15.88
Os01g0687400 Chitinase 8.50 11.16
Os12g0127200 Harpin-induced 1 domain containing protein 8.23 9.83
Os04g0349700 Leucine-rich repeat, typical subtype containing protein 7.80 4.08
Os03g0207400 Protein phosphatase 2C-like 5.67 6.58
Os06g0136000 Hypersensitive-induced reaction protein 4 3.38 6.28
ROS metabolism Os07g0665200 Superoxide dismutase [Cu-Zn] 2 7.33 7.76
Os04g0434800 Aseorbate peroxidase 7 4.67 7.71
Os01g0962700 Peroxidase 12 precursor 4.58 4.21
Transcription factor Os01g0730700 WRKY transcription factor 14 11.77 18.74
Os03g0335200 WRKY transcription factor 17 5.66 7.45
Os03g0321700 WRKY transcription factor 55 5.67 10.10
Amino acid metabolism Os09g0255400 Indole-3-glycerol phosphate synthase 13.76 8.79
Os08g0140500 Tryptophan decarboxylase 10.19 9.25
Os07g0182100 Tryptophan synthase alpha chain 5.22 4.49
Os03g0718000 Anthranilate synthase beta chain 3.64 5.10
  1. aGenBank Accession (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/); bFunction annotation; Fold change of gene expression between spl5-FLc or spl5-MLd to WT using the average normalized intensity of microarray.