Table 3

Nonsynonymous substitutions in starch synthases of A. thaliana accessions
Nonsynonymous substitutions
AtSSI S57F, Q89ED, A191T, K309N, E326D, P327S, S506N, T584A
AtSSII S29F, H34P, P37A, I138M, D197Y, V198E, E290V, S329A, M369T, F374Y, S392R, R765T, T769S
AtSSIII N68D, D92N, M197I, T279I, R321T, T326A, N352D, G363R, F392V, L393M, G398S, Q408R, L410I, N421D, R425K, D430E, R431K, M438T, E451K, L484F, G502V, T522A, E525GV, I571F, V616I, I623L, V671I, F697Y, Q722H, A773P, H779Y, I844V, D875E
AtSSIV I18F, P34H, I67F, L84P, I144V, A146T, I150V, K156Q, I180V, N228S, G310S, I377L, L499I, I516T, E604D, Q767H, H857L
AtGBSS N9H, H20Q, V28L, A29S, G35A, N51K, S66L, R68G, V72G, V140I, M256I, F291L

Protein sequences were compared to those from Oryza sativa, Zea mays, Solanum tuberosum, Populus trichocarpa, Hordeum vulgare, Phaseolus vulgaris, Triticum aestivum and Physcomitrella patens (sequences available in Genbank). Substitutions among A. thaliana accessions which affect positions that are usually highly conserved among plant species are printed bold.

Schwarte et al.

Schwarte et al. BMC Research Notes 2013 6:84   doi:10.1186/1756-0500-6-84

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