Quantitative analysis of IPL sublamination in activity-deprived larvae. Comparison of the mean locations, widths, and amplitudes of nine IPL bands across all treatments as in Figure 5. (A, D, G) Mean relative positions of PKC+ (top), Parv+ (middle), and Pou4f3:mGFP+ (bottom) sublaminae. The ordinate gives the distance from the inner edge of the IPL to the peak, divided by the total IPL width. (B, E, H) Mean widths of IPL sublaminae. The ordinate gives the width of the band (trough-to-trough on the densitometric trace) divided by the total IPL width, and therefore represents the fraction of the IPL covered by the given sublamina. (C, F, I) Mean relative amplitudes of the brightest pixels in each IPL band. The ordinate gives the amplitude (brightness) of the given peak divided by the maximum amplitude in the densitometric trace. All significant differences are labeled. Error bars show SEM.