Table 3.

BFC Identified Clusters

No.Circadian ScoreAmplitudePhase (ZT)No. GenesRhythmic Circadian Score (%)Rhythmic COSOPT (%)Clock-Related Genes
10.540.1135.31815651
20.450.1142.83114532
30.710.2443.32088172PHYE
40.760.1843.7729794PHYB
50.610.2047.72807868SPA1
60.600.2550.0548174
70.640.1929.53067459
80.620.2430.3539475CRY1
90.780.2932.02928773PHYA, WNK1
100.560.2442.7987779
110.670.3441.346100100
120.460.2434.2474938
130.710.3535.460100100
140.500.2334.53254134ELF4, ELF3
150.690.4448.926100100
160.700.3845.76310097
170.730.5345.01269785
18*0.760.7346.85910095COL1
190.670.5450.02095100
20*0.801.6046.924100100LHY, CCA1
21*0.700.8442.43410094
22*0.760.9634.1587457GI, PRR5
23*0.781.0630.23010087PRR7, PRR9, PIF4, PIL6, EPR1
240.390.3726.02105
25*0.640.7035.13810097TOC1, PRR3, FKF1, LUX, CCR2
260.720.6233.21318977
270.700.5230.21009787NPH1
  • BFC clusters, showing the circadian score, amplitude, and phase estimates for the average trace for each cluster, the number of genes as a total and percentage scored rhythmic by circadian score (>0.4) and COSOPT (pMMC-β <0.05), and a list of clock-associated genes in each cluster. The asterisks indicate the six highest-amplitude clusters.