Anchorpoints

Gene id
ZM10G07440
Organism
Zea mays

Paralogs (intra-species colinear regions)

No paralogous anchorpoints available


Orthologs (inter-species colinear regions)

Arabidopsis lyrata

Gene id Description Chromosome Strand Multiplicon
AL2G04070scaffold_2+View

Arabidopsis thaliana

Gene id Description Chromosome Strand Multiplicon
AT4G16730In the Col ecotype, no functional protein is encoded at this locus due to the presence of a two-base (AT) insertion 184 nucleotides downstream of the start codon leading to a frame shift and premature translational termination. However, in the Ws ecotype, a functional terpene synthase that localizes to the chloroplast is encoded at this locus. It can catalyze the synthesis of (E)-beta-ocimene and (E,E)-alpha farnesene in vitro, but, it has more activity as an (E)-beta-ocimene synthase activity in vivo. This may reflect the greater availability of the GPP precursor of (E)-beta-ocimene than of the FPP precursor of (E,E)-alpha-farnesene in the chloroplasts where the Ws TPS02 is present.;terpene synthase 024+View
AT4G16740Encodes an (E,E)-alpha-farnesene synthase in the Col ecotype of Arabidopsis. This enzyme can also catalyze the formation of (E)-beta-ocimene as well as trace amounts of myrcene and other related compounds in vitro. The cytosolic localization of the protein may make it favor (E,E)-alpha-farnesene biosynthesis because the precursor of this product, FPP, is primarily cytosolic. Transcript levels for this gene increase in response to treatment with the jasmonic acid mimic coronalon or in response to the insect Plutella xylostella. TPS03 transcripts can also be detected in flowers. A similar protein from the C24 ecotype with one amino acid change (S267F) has a different substrate specificity.;terpene synthase 034+View


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