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Genomewide structural annotation and evolutionary analysis of the type I MADS-box genes in plants

Stefanie De Bodt UGent, Jeroen Raes UGent, Kobe Florquin UGent, Stephane Rombauts UGent, Pierre Rouzé, Günter Theißen and Yves Van de Peer UGent (2003) JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION. 56(5). p.573-586
abstract
The type I MADS-box genes constitute a largely unexplored subfamily of the extensively studied MADS-box gene family, well known for its role in flower development. Genes of the type I MADS-box subfamily possess the characteristic MADS box but are distinguished from type II MADS-box genes by the absence of the keratin-like box. In this in silico study, we have structurally annotated all 47 members of the type I MADS-box gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana and exerted a thorough analysis of the C-terminal regions of the translated proteins. On the basis of conserved motifs in the C-terminal region, we could classify the gene family into three main groups, two of which could be further subdivided. Phylogenetic trees were inferred to study the evolutionary relationships within this large MADS-box gene subfamily. These suggest for plant type I genes a dynamic of evolution that is significantly different from the mode of both animal type I (SRF) and plant type II (MIKC-type) gene phylogeny. The presence of conserved motifs in the majority of these genes, the identification of Oryza sativa MADS-box type I homologues, and the detection of expressed sequence tags for Arabidopsis thaliana and other plant type I genes suggest that these genes are indeed of functional importance to plants. It is therefore even more intriguing that, from an experimental point of view, almost nothing is known about the function of these MADS-box type I genes.
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COILED COILS, HOMEOTIC GENES, RICE GENOME, SEED PLANTS, ANTIRRHINUM-MAJUS, FLOWER DEVELOPMENT, ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA, TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS, FLORAL ORGAN IDENTITY, SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR, classification, rice, Arabidopsis, structural annotations, type I MADS-box gene family
journal title
JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
J. Mol. Evol.
volume
56
issue
5
pages
573 - 586
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000182065300005
JCR category
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
JCR impact factor
3.114 (2003)
JCR rank
9/30 (2003)
JCR quartile
2 (2003)
ISSN
0022-2844
DOI
10.1007/s00239-002-2426-x
language
English
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yes
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A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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212385
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-212385
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2004-04-22 18:26:00
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2016-12-19 15:38:17
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  abstract     = {The type I MADS-box genes constitute a largely unexplored subfamily of the extensively studied MADS-box gene family, well known for its role in flower development. Genes of the type I MADS-box subfamily possess the characteristic MADS box but are distinguished from type II MADS-box genes by the absence of the keratin-like box. In this in silico study, we have structurally annotated all 47 members of the type I MADS-box gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana and exerted a thorough analysis of the C-terminal regions of the translated proteins. On the basis of conserved motifs in the C-terminal region, we could classify the gene family into three main groups, two of which could be further subdivided. Phylogenetic trees were inferred to study the evolutionary relationships within this large MADS-box gene subfamily. These suggest for plant type I genes a dynamic of evolution that is significantly different from the mode of both animal type I (SRF) and plant type II (MIKC-type) gene phylogeny. The presence of conserved motifs in the majority of these genes, the identification of Oryza sativa MADS-box type I homologues, and the detection of expressed sequence tags for Arabidopsis thaliana and other plant type I genes suggest that these genes are indeed of functional importance to plants. It is therefore even more intriguing that, from an experimental point of view, almost nothing is known about the function of these MADS-box type I genes.},
  author       = {De Bodt, Stefanie and Raes, Jeroen and Florquin, Kobe and Rombauts, Stephane and Rouz{\'e}, Pierre and Thei{\ss}en, G{\"u}nter and Van de Peer, Yves},
  issn         = {0022-2844},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION},
  keyword      = {COILED COILS,HOMEOTIC GENES,RICE GENOME,SEED PLANTS,ANTIRRHINUM-MAJUS,FLOWER DEVELOPMENT,ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA,TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS,FLORAL ORGAN IDENTITY,SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR,classification,rice,Arabidopsis,structural annotations,type I MADS-box gene family},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {573--586},
  title        = {Genomewide structural annotation and evolutionary analysis of the type I MADS-box genes in plants},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00239-002-2426-x},
  volume       = {56},
  year         = {2003},
}

Chicago
De Bodt, Stefanie, Jeroen Raes, Kobe Florquin, Stephane Rombauts, Pierre Rouzé, Günter Theißen, and Yves Van de Peer. 2003. “Genomewide Structural Annotation and Evolutionary Analysis of the Type I MADS-box Genes in Plants.” Journal of Molecular Evolution 56 (5): 573–586.
APA
De Bodt, Stefanie, Raes, J., Florquin, K., Rombauts, S., Rouzé, P., Theißen, G., & Van de Peer, Y. (2003). Genomewide structural annotation and evolutionary analysis of the type I MADS-box genes in plants. JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION, 56(5), 573–586.
Vancouver
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De Bodt S, Raes J, Florquin K, Rombauts S, Rouzé P, Theißen G, et al. Genomewide structural annotation and evolutionary analysis of the type I MADS-box genes in plants. JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION. 2003;56(5):573–86.
MLA
De Bodt, Stefanie, Jeroen Raes, Kobe Florquin, et al. “Genomewide Structural Annotation and Evolutionary Analysis of the Type I MADS-box Genes in Plants.” JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION 56.5 (2003): 573–586. Print.