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Goda's data (part 1)

Early responses to seven phytohormones (IAA, ABA, ACC, brassinolide, GA3, MeJA, zeatin)
Wild-type seedlings were treated with phytohormones for 30 min, 1 h or 3h.
det2 or ga1-5 seedlings were treated by brassinolide or GA3 for 30 min, 1 h or 3h.
    Kiba's data
Response of WT and transgenic (overexpressors of ARR21 or 22) seedlings to zeatin
    Nakabayashi's data
Seed germination triggered by imbibition (24 h)
ABA treatment during seed germination
    Preston's data
Seed germination upon imbibition (up to 3 h)
    Maruyama's data
Time course of sulfur starvation (2, 4, 8, 12, 24 h)
    Yamauchi's data
Vernalization of seeds (Cold-triggered seed germination)
WT seedlings were imbibed with water at 22˚C or 4˚C for 96 h.
    Li's data
GA treatment upon seed germination (GA-triggered seed germination)
ga1-3 seeds were treated with GA4 for 3, 6 or 9 h
    Goda's data (part 2)
Responses to brassinosteroids
Wild-type seedlings were treated with brassinosteroids (intermediates).
    Goda's data (part 3)
  Responses to hormone inhibitors
Wild-type seedlings were treated with hormone inhibitors for 3h or 12 h.
    Goda's data (part 4)
  Comparison of hormone-related mutants with WT


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