Networks of hormone pathways in ABA-treated plants. Networks were created considering the shortest paths connecting each hormone-related pathway to another hormone-related pathway in shoots (A) and roots (B). Hormone-related and non-hormone-related pathways are denoted as squares and circles, respectively, and are shaded based on the number of genes up-regulated within the pathway minus the number of genes down-regulated. Pathways that contain equal numbers of up- and down-regulated genes are white. Edges connecting the pathways occur only when differentially expressed genes are in common between the two pathways. Dark blue solid lines, blue long-dashed lines, and light blue short-dashed lines denote ≥10, 6-9, ≤5 DE genes, respectively, in common between the pathways. Pathway names are as follows: A, brassinosteroid biosynthesis; B, cytokinins degradation; C, cytokinins glucoside biosynthesis; D, ent-kaurene biosynthesis; E, ethylene biosynthesis from methionine; F, gibberellin biosynthesis; G, gibberellin inactivation; H, IAA conjugate biosynthesis; I, jasmonic acid biosynthesis; 1, anthocyanin biosynthesis; 2, ascorbate biosynthesis; 3, betanidin degradation; 4, Calvin cycle; 5, dTDP-L-rhamnose biosynthesis; 6, fructose degradation to pyruvate and lactate; 7, galactose degradation; 8, γ-glutamyl cycle; 9, gluconeogenesis; 10, glycolysis; 11, methionine biosynthesis; 12, oleoresin sesquiterpene volatiles biosynthesis; 13, oxidative ethanol degradation; 14, phenylalanine biosynthesis; 15, phenylpropanoid biosynthesis; 16, ribose degradation; 17, starch biosynthesis; 18, sucrose degradation; 19, sucrose degradation to ethanol and lactate; 20, threonine biosynthesis from homoserine; 21, triacylglycerol degradation; 22, UDP-galactose biosynthesis; 23, UDP-glucose conversion; 24, UDP-N-acetylgalactosamine biosynthesis.