Additional file 10.
Physiological role, properties, and putative functions of plant GDSL esterases/lipases . The name, accession number, properties, and putative functions, as well as general biological roles of 24 plant GDSL esterases/lipases, whose putative functions have been elucidated recently and were adjoined into the original rice OsGELP family NJ tree, are listed. The coloured table divides 24 plant GDSL esterase/lipase proteins into three parts according to their major biological roles: secondary metabolism, plant development and morphogenesis, and defence and are shaded in blue, green, and light pink, respectively. In total, 50 OsGELP proteins with their names and percentage of similarity to every plant homolog or ortholog protein, whose function was revealed recently, along with phylogenetic subclade specificity to the tree from Figure 4, are given.
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Chepyshko et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:309 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-309