In this table we can see the responses of the different motifs to successive inputs. The first two rows show the effect of first perturbing I
and then I
with a step function. In the third and fourth rows this is reversed. Again the main feature to notice in this table is the variety in the responses of the motifs modelled. For the purposes of this diagram there were assumed to be two phases of behaviour corresponding to "after" the first perturbation and "after" the second perturbation. The strength of the response is again indicated by Red, Yellow and Green, corresponding to Off, Low or High response. As in the previous cases, the details of the model can be found in the methods section, and the parameters used are given in Table 2.