Figure 3.

Motif patterns in IQD proteins of Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativa. The schematic IQD proteins of Arabidopsis (a) and rice (b) are aligned relative to the IQ67 domain (orange box). Total amino acid sequence length, boundaries of protein-coding exons (vertical tick marks), and length and position of separate and distinct MEME motifs (shown as color-coded boxes) are drawn to scale. Motifs shared by the primary structures of at least four Arabidopsis IQD proteins are depicted at the reference bar on top of each alignment and numbered consecutively, beginning with motifs most N-terminal in the protein. Motif numbers are cross-indexed in Table 5 that lists the multilevel consensus sequence for each MEME motif. The position of putative calmodulin-binding sites predicted by the Calmodulin Target Database [40] (see Table 4) is indicated by an asterisk above each protein model. IQD proteins are aligned in the same order as they appear in the phylogenetic trees (see Figure 1). Subfamilies and subgroups (I–IV) of IQD proteins are highlighted by colored vertical bars next to the gene identifiers.

Abel et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2005 5:72   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-5-72
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