Summary: S-locus glycoprotein family
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In Brassicaceae, self-incompatible plants have a self/non-self recognition system. This is sporophytically controlled by multiple alleles at a single locus (S). S-locus glycoproteins, as well as S-receptor kinases, are in linkage with the S-alleles .
Hinata K, Watanabe M, Yamakawa S, Satta Y, Isogai A; , Genetics 1995;140:1099-1104.: Evolutionary aspects of the S-related genes of the Brassica self-incompatibility system: synonymous and nonsynonymous base substitutions. PUBMED:7672580 EPMC:7672580
Sakamoto K, Kusaba M, Nishio T; , Mol Gen Genet 1998;258:397-403.: Polymorphism of the S-locus glycoprotein gene (SLG) and the S-locus related gene (SLR1) in Raphanus sativus L. and self-incompatible ornamental plants in the Brassicaceae. PUBMED:9648745 EPMC:9648745
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InterPro entry IPR000858
In Brassicaceae, self-incompatible plants have a self/non-self recognition system, which involves the inability of flowering plants to achieve self-fertilisation. This is sporophytically controlled by multiple alleles at a single locus (S). There are a total of 50 different S alleles in Brassica oleracea. S-locus glycoproteins, as well as S-receptor kinases, are in linkage with the S-alleles [PUBMED:7672580]. Most of the proteins within this family contain apple-like domain (INTERPRO), which is predicted to possess protein- and/or carbohydrate-binding functions.
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|Biological process||recognition of pollen (GO:0048544)|
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|Seed source:||Pfam-B_357 (release 3.0)|
|Author:||Finn RD, Bateman A, Mistry J, Guo X|
|Number in seed:||52|
|Number in full:||2074|
|Average length of the domain:||104.00 aa|
|Average identity of full alignment:||27 %|
|Average coverage of the sequence by the domain:||16.50 %|
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