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Table 1 Chestnut rose serine/threonine kinase (STK) gene homologs in different plant speciesa

From: Cloning and phylogenetic analyses of serine/threonine kinase class defense-related genes in a wild fruit crop 'chestnut rose'

Source STK Proteinb Identity (Similarity, %) e-value
Arabidopsis thaliana NP_198220
CAB62020
71 (82) 3e-70
Brassica rapa AAZ66951 67 (79) 3e-64
Capsicum chinense AAQ82660
AAQ82661
69 (80) 6e-71
Carica papaya AAU81602 71 (81) 6e-68
Catharanthus roseus CAA97692 68 (80) 2e-70
Cucumis melo AAL83882 69 (77) 3e-68
Fragaria chiloensis ACA05210
ACA05220
ACA05215
69 (79) 1e-69
Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium A49332 64 (76) 2e-55
Mangifera indica AAT94935 67 (78) 1e-67
Marchantia polymorpha BAF79940 71 (80) 9e-73
Medicago truncatula ABE93789 72 (81) 4e-76
Musa acuminata ABR68648 65 (74) 3e-67
Oryza sativa XP_476621
EAZ36867
68 (80) 2e-72
Phaseolus vulgaris AAK52027 60 (74) 1e-69
Physcomitrella patens XP_001760779 72 (82) 4e-71
Potentilla tucumanensis ACA05211 66 (79) 3e-67
Platanus × acerifolia ACI05941 68 (78) 4e-68
Prunus avium ABV30718 64 (76) 6e-82
Solanum lycopersicum AAL17825 63 (75) 2e-55
Triticum aestivum AAL51075 69 (78) 3e-70
Vitis vinifera CAN60912 79 (87) 6e-80
  1. aSTK1 gene from chestnut rose was used for BLAST analysis.
  2. bRepresentative proteins chose from the STK proteins.