Table 1.

Features of IDL Genes and cDNAs and Their Encoded Proteins

Protein NameProtein Identifier/
 cDNA Accession NumberGene/BAC
 CloneBAC Clone
 PositionChr apI bTissue Source of cDNAs/
 Expression Pattern
IDAAAM65435.1At1g68765I11.87See Figure 5
AtIDL1AAM63318.1At3g25655III12.24Top-most inflorescence tissues and roots; see also Figure 7B
AtIDL2MUB369965 to 70249V12.52See Figure 7B
AtIDL3F17I141503 to 1207V10.61See Figure 7B
AtIDL4MVE1124901 to 25179III11.92See Figure 7B
AtIDL5F22K2033903 to 33595I10.18See Figure 7B
GmIDL1BQ63064611.74Roots
LeIDL1AI77957011.02Pseudomonas–susceptible tomato
LjIDL1AW71948611.13Nodules
PtIDL1BU88975612.53Petioles
RpIDL1BI64253811.42Sapwood/heartwood transition zone
TaIDL1BM13545911.37Fusarium graminearum–infected spikes
ZmIDL1BI43057212.62Juvenile vegetative shoots
  • a Arabidopsis chromosome.

  • b pI values of proteins without putative N-terminal signal peptides, as calculated by Isoelectric+ from the Genetics Computer Group.