Data from: Light sensing by opsins and fungal ecology: NOP-1 modulates entry into sexual reproduction in response to environmental cues

Wang Z, Wang J, Li N, Li J, Trail F, Dunlap JC, Townsend JP

Date Published: December 13, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.58gn0

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Title FigS2_nop1_phenotypes
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Description Triplet crossing plates between the wild type strains (A and B) and between the nop-1 knockout and the wild type strains (C and D) when cultured under constant light with sealed (A and C) and unsealed plates (B and D). Wild type crosses produced perithecia earlier when cultured under constant white light on sealed plates (A) than when cultured under constant white light on unsealed plates (B). matA ∆nop-1 cross with mata wild type exhibited wild type perithecial development when cultured under constant white light on sealed plates (C), but exhibited earlier and more abundant production of perithecia for ∆nop-1 when cultured under constant white light on unsealed plates (D). Conidiation (visible as orange pigment) is much more abundant on unsealed plates in all comparisons
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Title Fungal opsin sequences analyzed
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Description Sequences used in the evolutionary analyses
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Title TableS4_Bagel_Dunlap_MBE_new
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Description Results of BAGEL analyses for microarray data GSE8932. Relative gene expression analysis of 10 microarrays from Chen et al. (2009). Abbreviations: WT: wild type, nop: nop-1 knockout, Ref: pooled RNA reference, D: dark (DD), S: short light exposure (15–30 minutes, LL15, LL30), and L: long light exposure (60–120 minutes, LL60 and LL120).
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Wang Z, Wang J, Li N, Li J, Trail F, Dunlap JC, Townsend JP (2017) Light sensing by opsins and fungal ecology: NOP-1 modulates entry into sexual reproduction in response to environmental cues. Molecular Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.14425

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Wang Z, Wang J, Li N, Li J, Trail F, Dunlap JC, Townsend JP (2017) Data from: Light sensing by opsins and fungal ecology: NOP-1 modulates entry into sexual reproduction in response to environmental cues. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.58gn0
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