Supplemental Material for Goetting, Soto, and Van Buskirk, 2018
datasetposted on 20.06.2018 by Desiree L. Goetting, Rony Soto, Cheryl Van Buskirk
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Figure S1 contains time courses of stress-induced sleep in wild type and ceh-17(np1).
Figure S2 contains body bend rates of wild-type animals under fed and food-deprived conditions.
Figure S3 shows the effects of food deprivation and crowding on stress-induced sleep (heat-induced feeding quiescence).
Figure S4 contains data on stress-induced sleep in daf-7 mutants, in tdc-1;daf-7 and daf-7;tbh-1 double mutants, and in daf-2(e1370) mutants raised at 25˚C.
Figure S5 compares body bend rates of wild type and daf-3(e1376) under fed and food-deprived conditions.
Figure S6 compares body bend rates of rapamycin-treated animals to untreated controls.
Figure S7 contains data on stress-induced sleep in daf-15(RNAi), rsks-1(ok1255), and rict-1(ft7).
Figure S8 compares body bend rates of pha-4(RNAi) animals to vector controls under fed and food-deprived conditions.