NPR-9 and GLR-1 signaling are non-essential for on food 30% octanol behavior, but play a role in off food 30% octanol responses.

<p>(A) N2, <i>eat-4</i>, <i>glr-1</i> KD, <i>npr-9(LF)</i>, <i>npr-9(LF);glr-1</i> KD, and <i>npr-9(GF)</i> were assayed for responses to 30% octanol on food. (B) The aforementioned strains were evaluated for responsiveness to 30% octanol off food. Data are presented as mean +/- standard error (SE) with at least 10 animals assayed in three independent experiments analyzed via an unpaired two-tailed <i>t</i> test with Welsch’s correction. *** p < .001, significantly different from wild-type animals under identical conditions. Asterisks above error bars indicate significantly different between the two strains.</p>