Silene latifolia

Sex-biased genes

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Name Description Protein homology Other info Source
CCLS30.1, 52, 57.05, 57.1 or 65 Candidates for transcription factors and genes controlling cellular interactions. Barbacar et al 1997
CCLS30.3 and 65 Potential cytoskeletal and nuclear integrity genes. Barbacar et al 1997
CCLS4 May fulfil different functions during pre- and post-meiotic anther development and reveal the complex role parietal cells may play during early stamen formation. Hinnisdaels et al 1997
CCLSl, 6, 30.2, 54 and 62 Homologies with pathogen and wound (stress) response genes involved. Appear to be expressed in response to both developmental and environmental signals. Barbacar et al 1997
Men-1 to Men-8 sequences Male-specfic sequences. Scutt et al 1997b
MROS1, MROS2, MROS4 Autosomal copies of MROS genes. Kejnovsk√Ĺ et al 2001
MROS1, MROS2, MROS4 Analysis of the DNA methylation patterns of the MROS1 gene, which is expressed in the late phases of pollen development in Silene latifolia. Janousek et al 2002
SlCLV1 Orthologue of CLAVATA1, might also be engaged in carpel suppression. Koizumi et al 2010
SLM1, SLM2 and SLM3 These are orthologs of AGAMOUS (AG), PISTILLATA (PI) and APETALA3 (AP3) , respectively, show different patterns of expression in male and female flower buds. Three AP3 homologs, i.e. SLM3 in the eu-AP3 lineage and SlAP3A and SlAP3Y in the TM6 lineage, they are thought to be functionally differentiated. Kazama et al 2005
SLM4 and SLM5 SLM4 and SLM5 were most similar to the early acting SQUAMOSA gene of snapdragon and the homologous APETALA1 gene of Arabidopsis; expressed in floral meristems as soon as they form on the flanks of the inflorescence meristem. Hardenack et al 1994

Sex-chrom database 2020