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Figures 4 and 6 of this article should appear as follows:
Figure 4. Processing of inrpk1 small intron. Complementary DNA was synthesized from total and poly(A)
RNAs isolated from various
tissues 5–6 days after SD induction or CL treatment. Primers on either side of the splice sites of the small intron were used in PCR to synthesize
products from either processed (228 bp) or unprocessed (305 bp) mRNAs. PCR products were separated in gels and visualized with SYBR
Gold. Sizes of molecular length markers are indicated to the left in bp. For all samples, total RNA was analyzed except for cotyledons where
RNA was used, since only faint bands were obtained using cotyledon total RNA. M, molecular size markers; −RT, minus reverse
transcriptase control; Cot; cotyledons; L1, leaf 1; L2, leaf 2; L3, leaf 3; I, SD ﬂorally induced plants; V, CL-treated vegetative controls.