Phenotype IDPhenotype NameScoringvariation type#Samples
AT_P_70Bs CFU2In planta bacterial growth (number of CFU / leaf area) of the P. viridiflava strain was individually measured as described in Goss and Bergelson 2006continuous175
AT_P_80LN10Plants were checked bi-weekly for presence of first buds, and the average leaf number at flowering time of 4 plants of the same accession were collectedcontinuous177
AT_P_161Germ 10Days to germination of each accession were recorded daily at each temperature upon first emergence of cotyledonscategorical177
AT_P_279DSDS50Number of days of seed dry storage required to reach 50% germination, or DSDS50 value (Alonso-Blanco et al., 2003)continuous109
AT_P_166Width 22The diameters of 4 plants of each accession were measured and the results were expressed as an average value across all available replicates.Plants were scored 5 weeks post germinationcontinuous175
AT_P_30Mo98Molybdenum concentrations in leaves, grown in soil. Elemental analysis was performed with an ICP-MS (PerkinElmer). Sample normalized to calculated weights as described in Baxter et al., 2008continuous93
AT_P_178Leaf roll 22Results expressed as binary data, determined by the presence (1) or absence (0) of rolled leaves in all 4 plants / accession at 5 weeks growthbinary176
AT_P_167Chlorosis 10Results expressed as binary data, determined by the presence (1) or absence (0) of chlorosis in all 4 plants / accession after 8wks of growthbinary177
AT_P_27Zn66Zinc concentrations in leaves, grown in soil. Elemental analysis was performed with an ICP-MS (PerkinElmer). Sample normalized to calculated weights as described in Baxter et al., 2008continuous93
AT_P_59FT GHFlowering time was scored as the number of days between germination date and appearance of the first flowercontinuous166
AT_P_2LDVNumber of days following stratification to opening of first flower. The experiment was stopped at 200 d, and accessions that had not flowered at that point were assigned a value of 200continuous168
AT_P_74As2 CFU2In planta bacterial growth (number of CFU / leaf area) of the P. viridiflava strain was individually measured as described in Goss and Bergelson 2006continuous175
AT_P_169Chlorosis 22Results expressed as binary data, determined by the presence (1) or absence (0) of chlorosis in all 4 plants / accession after 5wks of growthbinary176
AT_P_171Anthocyanin 16Results expressed as binary data, determined by the presence (1) or absence (0) of anthocyanin in all 4 plants / accession after 5wks of growthbinary176
AT_P_280Seed bank 133-91Genotypes consistently decreased their percentage of germination between 91 and 133 days of dry storage. The time point for this sudden reduction in germination rate was scored by the slope between germination percentages at these two time pointscontinuous110
AT_P_31Cd114Cadmium concentrations in leaves, grown in soil. Elemental analysis was performed with an ICP-MS (PerkinElmer). Sample normalized to calculated weights as described in Baxter et al., 2008continuous93
AT_P_175Leaf serr 22Average severity of serration across 4 plants was scored between 0 (entire lamina) and 1.5 (jagged serration) after 5 weeks of growthcategorical176
AT_P_23Fe56Iron concentrations in leaves, grown in soil. Elemental analysis was performed with an ICP-MS (PerkinElmer). Sample normalized to calculated weights as described in Baxter et al., 2008continuous93
AT_P_9Emco5All interactions were scored specifically on first true leaves as compatible, incompatible or intermediate depending on the consistency of presence / absence of sporangiophores determined on 5-10 seedlings of each genotype with three independent replicationsbinary86
AT_P_68As CFU2In planta bacterial growth (number of CFU / leaf area) of the P. viridiflava strain was individually measured as described in Goss and Bergelson 2006continuous175
AT_P_281Storage 7 daysPrimary dormancy was measured as the progressive increase of germination rate measured after 7 days of dry storagecontinuous110
AT_P_67AsFour days after inoculation, leaves were scored by eye for disease symptom using a scale from 0 (no visible symptom) to 10 (leaves collapse and turn yellow), with an increment of 1.continuous175
AT_P_35avrBFollowing inoculation of two leaves per plant with 0.1 ml of 10 -8 cfu/ml bacteria in 10 mM MgSO4 buffer using a blunt-tipped syringe, leaf collapse was scored at 20 hrs and again at 24 hrs after inoculation. A positive score at either time point was deemed a hypersensitive responsebinary87
AT_P_16Na23Sodium concentrations in leaves, grown in soil. Elemental analysis was performed with an ICP-MS (PerkinElmer). Sample normalized to calculated weights as described in Baxter et al., 2008continuous93
AT_P_5FT10Plants were checked bi-weekly for presence of first buds, and the average flowering time of 4 plants of the same accession were collectedcontinuous194