Gene: CALSI_Maker00016688 (Calamus simplicifolius)

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Gene Identifier
CALSI_Maker00016688
Transcript Identifier
CALSI_Maker00016688
Gene Type
Coding gene
Location
scaffold1951 : 262049-265655 : positive

Family Information

Homologous gene family
HOM04x5M003355
(80 genes in 39 species)
specific family
Orthologous gene family
ORTHO04x5M004677
(68 genes in 39 species)
specific family

Descriptions

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Identifiers

Type Value
tidMaker00016688

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Biological Process

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0009058
IEA
InterProbiosynthetic process
GO:0008360
IEA
InterProregulation of cell shape
GO:0051301
IEA
InterProcell division
GO:0010020
ISO
PLAZA Integrative Orthologychloroplast fission AT1G63680
GO:0009658
ISO
PLAZA Integrative Orthologychloroplast organization AT1G63680

Molecular Function

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0005524
IEA
InterProATP binding
GO:0016874
IEA
InterProligase activity
GO:0016881
IEA
InterProacid-amino acid ligase activity

Cellular Component

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0005737
IEA
InterProcytoplasm
GO:0009507
ISO
PLAZA Integrative Orthologychloroplast AT1G63680
GO:0042644
ISO
PLAZA Integrative Orthologychloroplast nucleoid AT1G63680

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GO Sources:   Primary     Orthology     Homology  
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InterPro Description
IPR036615Mur ligase, C-terminal domain superfamily
IPR036565Mur-like, catalytic domain superfamily
IPR005761UDP-N-acetylmuramoylalanyl-D-glutamate-2,6-diaminopimelate ligase
IPR004101Mur ligase, C-terminal
IPR013221Mur ligase, central
IPR000713Mur ligase, N-terminal catalytic domain
IPR035911MurE/MurF, N-terminal

Mapman id Description
15.6.1.2.2.11RNA biosynthesis.organelle machinery.RNA polymerase activities.plastid-encoded RNA polymerase (PEP) complex.essential co-factor components.component PAP11/MURE