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From: Testing the importance of jasmonate signalling in induction of plant defences upon cabbage aphid (Brevicoryne brassicae) attack

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Microarray experimental design. Each square represents one biological replicate consisting of control, non-infested plants (yellow) or plants that have been subjected to 72 hours of infestation with Brevicoryne brassicae (green). Each arrow represents a direct comparison with the use of one microarray slide. The experiment was designed to assess three levels of comparisons: the first explores basic transcriptional profiles of non-infested mutants vs. wt plants (yellow arrows), the second aims to measure gene expression changes after aphid attack (orange arrows), while the third investigates the differences in the transcriptional reprogramming of mutants and wt plants (green arrows).

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