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Table 1 Nutrient concentrations during the experiment

From: Daily transcriptome changes reveal the role of nitrogen in controlling microcystin synthesis and nutrient transport in the toxic cyanobacterium, Microcystis aeruginosa

Timepoint Replete 50 μM Nitrate
A
 0 12,410 (949) 11.81 (2.52)
 1 13,097 (148) 7.90 (4.20)
 2 12,734 (478) 0.54 (0.00)
 3 12,917 (40) BDL
 4 13,612 (976) BDL
 5 14,607 (38) BDL
 6 13,517 (1330) 0.25 (0.00)
 7 11,863 (2032) 1.76 (0.00)
 8 13,791 (138) 7.49 (0.00)
B
 0 23.06 (4.18) 19.04 (3.00)
 1 0.41 (0.10) 0.71 (0.18)
 2 0.52 (0.02) 0.55 (0.09)
 3 0.40 (0.01) 0.68 (0.32)
 4 0.49 (0.10) 0.74 (0.19)
 5 0.60 (0.14) 0.80 (0.09)
 6 0.42 (0.03) 0.89 (0.35)
 7 0.49 (0.11) 0.56 (0.35)
 8 0.64 (0.57) 0.80 (0.31)
C
 0 1.15 (0.53) 0.21 (0.13)
 1 N/A 0.38 (0.15)
 2 N/A 0.26 (0.10)
 3 N/A 0.19 (0.19)
 4 N/A 0.24 (0.17)
 5 N/A 0.42 (0.15)
 6 N/A 0.36 (0.24)
 7 N/A 0.27 (0.26)
 8 0.90 (0.14) 0.17 (0.09)
  1. Concentrations (μM) of nitrate (A), ammonium (B), and urea (C) during the experiment. Values in parenthesis are the standard deviation between biological replicates (n = 3). BDL denotes values below detection limit. N/A denotes not measured