Overall editing responses to temperature. (A) The temperature response of fifty-four editing sites in 14 transcripts. Editing (total guanosine trace to (total adenosine + guanosine traces)) at 10°C (blue), 20°C (black) and 30°C (red) is presented for each site. All sites are ranked by editing level at 20°C. Bars represent standard error. Notable sites are labeled by gene abbreviation and adenosine site as annotated in Savva et al. . (B) Editing of synaptotagmin-1 sites 2 to 4 is largely insensitive to temperature. (C) Editing of sites 1 to 3 in the paralytic transcript decreases at 30°C. (D) Editing of shab site 6 increases with increasing temperature, while site 7, edited to 100%, is temperature-insensitive. All editing sites are indicated within chromatograms by black carrots above Sanger traces.