The impact of heat shock (35°C) on the gene expression of S. rhizophila DSM14405T. Genes responsible for translation and post-translational modification, the metabolism and transport of amino acids, nucleotides, lipids, and the production and conversion of energy are up-regulated while genes involved in cell motility and intracellular trafficking are strongly down-regulated. The values above each column correspond to the percentage abundance of the corresponding functional gene group relative to the total count of the up and down-regulated genes. The transcription fold change for each CDS corresponds to the ratio calculated for S. rhizophila treated with 35°C compared to 30°C. Data are presented as the mean value of two independent replicates. The error bar shown on each functional group corresponds to the mean value of errors for all genes belonging to that functional group.