GRAS Genomic sequences

Minimum number of tobacco GRAS genes: 45

Count of tobacco GRAS sequences: 45

Pfam accession: GRAS

SHOULD possess GRAS domain

Members of the GRAS gene family encode transcriptional regulators that have diverse functions in plant growth and development such as gibberellin signal transduction, root radial patterning, axillary meristem formation, phytochrome A signal transduction, and gametogenesis.

Sequence analysis of the products of the GRAS (GAI, RGA, SCR) gene family indicates that they share a variable N-terminus and a highly conserved C-terminus that contains five recognizable motifs. Proteins in the GRAS family are transcription factors that seem to be involved in development and other processes. Mutation of the SCARECROW (SCR) gene results in a radial pattern defect, loss of a ground tissue layer, in the root. The PAT1 protein is involved in phytochrome A signal transduction.

GRAS proteins contain a conserved region of about 350 amino acids that can be divided in 5 motifs, found in the following order: leucine heptad repeat I, the VHIID motif, leucine heptad repeat II, the PFYRE motif and the SAW motif. Plant specific GRAS proteins have parallels in their motif structure to the animal Signal Transducers and Activators of Transcription (STAT) family of proteins which suggests also some parallels in their functions.

Papers

Pysh, LD; Wysocka-Diller, JW; Camilleri, C; Bouchez, D; Benfey, PN. The GRAS gene family in Arabidopsis: sequence characterization and basic expression analysis of the SCARECROW-LIKE genes. Plant J. 1999 18(1):111-9 PMID: 10341448

Tian, C; Wan, P; Sun, S; Li, J; Chen, M. Genome-wide analysis of the GRAS gene family in rice and Arabidopsis. Plant Mol. Biol. 2004. 54(4):519-32 PMID: 15316287



Number of contigs :35

Number of singlets:10

Number of N terminal (half domain) – 2

Number of N terminal (two thirds) – 1

Number of C terminal (two thirds) – 1

Number of full – 41

Total minimum number – 45




Search sequences and info


Transcription factor sequences
Locus
Description
NCBI
GRAS_1 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig1] ET041820
ET041819
GRAS_2 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig2] ET047619
ET042475
GRAS_3 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig3] ET047811
ET046255
GRAS_4 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig4] ET043473
ET047060
GRAS_5 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig5] ET050315
ET048712
GRAS_6 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig6] ET045724
ET049445
GRAS_7 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig7] ET049054
ET047896
ET044935
GRAS_8 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig8] ET046983
ET050624
ET051873
GRAS_9 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig9] ET050745
ET045809
ET043617
GRAS_10 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig10] ET043160
ET044124
ET042970
GRAS_11 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig11] ET050232
ET050535
ET043831
GRAS_12 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig12] ET051900
ET051899
ET043531
GRAS_13 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig13] ET042077
ET048525
ET044071
GRAS_14 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig14] ET044709
ET051691
ET049056
ET041787
GRAS_15 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig15] ET049903
ET050675
ET046879
ET045659
GRAS_16 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig16] ET043588
ET048923
ET042774
ET050366
GRAS_17 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig17] ET046406
ET047844
ET046407
ET047112
GRAS_18 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig18] ET042939
ET050850
ET051035
ET051034
GRAS_19 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig19] ET048768
ET050508
ET043357
ET047626
GRAS_20 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig20] ET051107
ET051106
ET051245
ET051244
ET049883
GRAS_21 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig21] ET045590
ET046876
ET049769
ET047465
ET046201
ET046875
GRAS_22 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig22] ET047689
ET049118
ET050032
ET045699
ET047370
ET050049
GRAS_23 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig23] ET047076
ET049569
ET046273
ET042345
ET050188
ET047684
GRAS_24 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig24] ET046562
ET043828
ET043739
ET045528
ET046561
ET050398
GRAS_25 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig25] ET043057
ET043190
ET049284
ET046771
ET045626
ET047587
GRAS_26 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig26] ET042028
ET042033
ET041875
ET046987
ET050182
ET042032
GRAS_27 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig27] ET045703
ET050901
ET048888
ET045043
ET045042
ET046027
ET050900
GRAS_28 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig28] ET049740
ET042363
ET045918
ET047445
ET045800
ET046864
ET047583
GRAS_29 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig29] ET049156
ET045953
ET041694
ET045428
ET048922
ET045472
ET051759
ET045692
GRAS_30 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig30] ET050003
ET050449
ET047433
ET043264
ET044885
ET050245
ET046192
ET047881
ET049913
GRAS_31 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig31] ET049771
ET042767
ET048876
ET046420
ET047490
ET042445
ET044068
ET049352
ET049344
GRAS_32 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig32] ET049130
ET051086
ET045518
ET041891
ET047285
ET047286
ET051085
ET046832
ET042796
ET041892
GRAS_33 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig33] ET049240
ET049427
ET046552
ET049751
ET044717
ET044912
ET046138
ET044716
ET050806
ET046025
GRAS_34 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig34] ET051261
ET046009
ET050970
ET048948
ET045119
ET045755
ET048626
ET048806
ET047148
ET045770
ET047149
GRAS_35 [alias=my_seq.29313.Contig35] ET045486
ET051399
ET050274
ET046829
ET049575
ET042826
ET047916
ET045221
ET045485
ET045257
ET049723
ET048096
ET050246
ET047189
GRAS_36 [alias=CHO_OF4769xm18r1.ab1] [comment=CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF4769xm18r1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF4769xm18r1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 12:17:34] ET048270
GRAS_37 [alias=CHO_OF084xh17r1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF084xh17r1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF084xh17r1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 10:35:51] ET041955
GRAS_38 [alias=CHO_OF584xj08f1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF584xj08f1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF584xj08f1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 10:47:58] ET050945
GRAS_39 [alias=CHO_OF4671xf13r1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF4671xf13r1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF4671xf13r1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 12:05:47] ET047758
GRAS_40 [alias=CHO_OF5034xf04r1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF5034xf04r1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF5034xf04r1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 12:37:00] ET050039
GRAS_41 [alias=CHO_OF4318xh19r1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF4318xh19r1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF4318xh19r1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 11:55:13] ET046222
GRAS_42 [alias=CHO_OF4600xb10f1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF4600xb10f1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF4600xb10f1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 12:02:00] ET047343
GRAS_43 [alias=CHO_OF4233xj16r1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF4233xj16r1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF4233xj16r1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 11:53:25] ET045914
GRAS_44 [alias=CHO_OF5144xe20r1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF5144xe20r1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF5144xe20r1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 12:45:59] ET050662
GRAS_45 [alias=CHO_OF4852xf09f1.ab1] [comment= CHROMAT_FILE: CHO_OF4852xf09f1.ab1 PHD_FILE: CHO_OF4852xf09f1.ab1.phd.1 CHEM: term DYE: big TIME: 2006/03/06 12:22:44] ET048732


Tobacco published genes related to transcription factor family GRAS
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Authors of this site:

Paul J Rushton
Marta T. Bokowiec
Xianfeng (Jeff) Chen
Thomas (Tom) W Laudeman
Jennifer F. Brannock
Michael P. Timko

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