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Table 1 Mycelium growth at different temperatures

From: Loss of EZH2-like or SU(VAR)3–9-like proteins causes simultaneous perturbations in H3K27 and H3K9 tri-methylation and associated developmental defects in the fungus Podospora anserina

  11 °C 27 °C 35 °C
WT 100 100 100
ΔPaKmt1 72.4 94.2 91.8
ΔPaKmt1 PaKmt1+ 104 100 99.7
ΔPaKmt6 ND Irregular slow growth Irregular slow growth
ΔPaKmt6 PaKmt6+ 98.3 99.0 99.3
ΔPaKmt1 ΔPaKmt6 ND ΔPaKmt6 aggravated ΔPaKmt6
ΔPaHP1 65.7 76.2 74.9
ΔPaHP1 PaHP1+ 99.1 101 98.5
ΔPaKmt1 ΔPaPH1 60.7 89.9 80.7
ΔPaPH1 ΔPaKmt6 ND ΔPaKmt6 aggravated ΔPaKmt6
ΔPaKmt1 ΔPaPH1 ΔPaKmt6 ND ΔPaKmt6 aggravated ΔPaKmt6
  1. Relative growth rates (WT %) at optimal temperature (27 °C) and sub-optimal temperature (11 °C and 35 °C) on M2 minimal medium. ΔPaKmt6 mutant strains display irregular and slow growth at 27 °C and 35 °C, which cannot be quantified. At 11 °C, growth is too weak to be assayed (ND). At 27 °C, double and triple mutants containing the ΔPaKmt6 allele display aggravated ΔPaKmt6-like growth defects