Figure 1.

An unrooted phylogenetic tree of the plant FH2 domains. For description of the plant genes see Table 1 and Additional file 2. Selected fungal and metazoan sequences are included: fission yeast Cdc12 (Sp CDC12, CAA92232.1), Fus1 (Sp FUS1, T43296) and For3 (Sp FOR3, CAA22841.1), budding yeast Bni1 (Sc BNI1, P41832) and Bnr1 (Sc BNR1, P40450), Dictyostelium ForA (Dd ForA, BAC16796.1), ForB (Dd ForB, BAC16797.1) and ForC (Dd ForC, BAC16798.1), Caenorhabditis Cyk-1 (Ce CYK1, AAM15566.1), Drosophila Diaphanous (Dm Dia, P48608) and Cappucino (Dm Capp, 2123320A), mouse Formin (Mm FOR, Q05860) and Diaphanous (Mm Dia, AAC53280.1), fugu Formin (Fr FH, AAC34395.1), human FHOS (Hs FHOS, AAD39906.1). Symbols at nodes denote percentual bootstrap values (out of 500 replicates); no symbol means less than 50 % node stability, the sequence used as forced root for tree construction is marked by an arrow. For complete or nearly complete plant genes, sequences are color-coded according to their overall domain structure (see Fig. 3). Proteins encoded by the Arabidopsis chromosome V cluster are denoted by an asterisk.

Cvrčková et al. BMC Genomics 2004 5:44   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-5-44
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