Plant Hypocotyl Cellular Connectivity Networks
Networks describing the global organ-wide cellular connectivity of plant hypocotyls is provided below. These include data for three Arabidopsis wild-type ecotypes (Colombia, Landsberg erecta and Cape Verdi Islands), three Arabidopsis mutants (monopteros, cdka1;1 and laterne) and two additional species Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) and foxglove (Digitalis purpurea). Three biological replicates are available for each sample set in a ZIP file.
Data come from Jackson et al.2017, eLife.
Arabidopsis shoot apical meristem (SAM) connectivity networks
Arabidopsis SAMs were live imaged at 11h intervals for 22h. Cells were segmented 4 layers deep into the SAM, and annotated according to the layer they are located in. Biological quadrupicates are provided.
Data for the wild-type Colombia ecotype can be found here: WT Arabidopsis SAM.
Data for the katanin1 (bot1-7) mutant can be found here: ktn1 Arabidopsis SAM.