Figure S1. adp-1 mutants do not display odor memory to 4-chlorobenzyl mercaptan and 2,4,5-trimethylthiazole
Attraction to 4-chlorobenzyl mercaptan (top) and 2,4,5-trimethylthiazole (bottom) in the real-time behavior assay in wild-type N2 (blue) and adp-1 mutant animals (orange). Error bars indicate standard error.
Figure S2. C. elegans displays late memory formation to 2,4,5-trimethylthiazole in the standard assay
Wild-type N2 animals show early memory formation to the odor benzaldehyde (dark blue), and late memory formation to 2,4,5-trimethylthiazole (red). Error bars indicate standard error.
Raw data for table 1
Attraction index data to each odor for each trial is found in each datasheet.
Raw data for Fig 1, Fig 2, and Supplemental Figure 2
Attraction data is shown for each trial at each time point for standard and real-time assays.
Raw data for Figure 4 and Table 2
Percent nuclear localized GFP::EGL-4 is indicated for each time point for each trial for each odor.