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Table 1 IRD composition and induction patterns of C. annuum Pin-II PI genes

From: Stress inducible proteinase inhibitor diversity in Capsicum annuum

Name SP 1-IRD 2-IRD 3-IRD 4-IRD Abundance in leaf
UL AI W+W W+S
CanPI- 1 5 4 5 10   2 1   
CanPI- 2 2 1 16 13      1
CanPI- 3 1 1 1 17   3 3 2 1
CanPI- 4 1 1 25 17    3 1 11
CanPI- 5 4 1 1 17   6 1 3 3
CanPI- 6   2 25 17 p ND ND ND ND
CanPI- 7 5 4 14 5 10 1 5 1 12
CanPI- 8 5 4 14 3 10    2 3
CanPI- 9 1 1 25 5 10 ND ND ND ND
CanPI- 10 5 4 14 5 8 2   3 6
CanPI- 11 1 4 14 5 10    3 1
CanPI- 12   1 1 11 p ND ND ND ND
CanPI- 13 1 17     1    
CanPI- 14 1 6     ND ND ND ND
CanPI- 15 5 7     2    
CanPI- 16 1 1 17    1    
CanPI- 17 1 12 17    1 1 1 1
CanPI- 18 1 25 17    1    
CanPI- 19 1 1 25    ND ND ND ND
CanPI- 20 1 25 17       3
CanPI- 21 5 4 17    1    
CanPI- 22 5 4 9     1 2 2
CanPI- 23 3 25 17    1    
CanPI-24 1 1 18     5 4  
CanPI-25 3 1 18     2   
CanPI-26 5 4 10     4 1  
CanPI-27 5 23 18      1  
CanPI-28 8 22 18      1  
CanPI-29 6 21 18      1  
CanPI-30 7 1 17      1  
CanPI-31 1 1 12 27 17   1   1
CanPI-32 5 4 14 5 10   1   
CanPI-33 8 24 1 12 17    1  
CanPI-34 1 1 12 17     1  
CanPI-35 8 1 12 17     1  
CanPI-36 8 5 37 18     1  
CanPI-37 8 33 37 48   1   2 3
CanPI-38 9 5 40 17     1  
CanPI-39 8 5 12 17    1   
CanPI-40 5 5 37 18    1   
CanPI-41 8 5 37 18    10 4 5
CanPI-42 5 4 1 17    1   
CanPI-43 1 1 12 17   2 11 4 4
CanPI-44 1 1 12 17    1   
CanPI-45 10 1 12 18     2  
CanPI-46 1 4 37 18    1 1 1
CanPI-47 1 1 1 55     1 2
p Partial sequence      
ND Not detected
  1. The general architecture of a Pin-II PI gene is displayed on the top of the table. A typical CanPI gene consists of a signal peptide (SP) followed by 1, 2, 3 or 4 IRDs interconnected by linkers. The CanPI genes are listed as follows: 1-IRD type; 2-IRD type; 3-IRD type and 4-IRD type. SP denotes signal peptide and the numbers indicate any of the 10 different sequence variants. The position of IRDs is indicated at the top of the columns and the numbers indicate the occurrence of any of the 28 different IRDs at given position. CanPI-1 and −2 are from Kim et al., 2001 and Shin et al., 2001, respectively while CanPI-3 to −23 are from Tamhane et al., 2009. CanPI-24 to −47 were identified in the present work. The frequency of occurrence of individual CanPIs in leaves from 60 clones analyzed from each induction treatment is given on the right side of the table. Nucleotide sequences of CanPI-24 to −47 have been submitted to NCBI (Accession numbers JX106474 to JX106497).