Genes that are sometimes fused into single open reading frames.
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Sugar transporter 2; Mediates an active uptake of hexoses, probably by sugar/hydrogen symport. Can transport glucose, 3-O-methylglucose, xylose, mannose, fructose and galactose (498 aa)
Predicted Functional Partners:
Uncharacterized protein (304 aa)
Glutamate synthase 1 [NADH]; Involved in glutamate biosynthesis. Required for non- photorespiratory ammonium assimilation. Probably involved in primary ammonium assimilation in roots (2208 aa)
Glutamate synthase 1; Involved in glutamate biosynthesis in leaf. Required for the reassimilation of ammonium ions generated during photorespiration (1648 aa)
Glutamate synthase 2; May play a role in primary nitrogen assimilation in roots. Could supply a constitutive level of glutamate to maintain a basal level of protein synthesis (1629 aa)
Glycine-rich protein 19 (106 aa)
Anther 20 (416 aa)
Oligopeptide transporter; May be involved in the translocation of tetra- and pentapeptides across the cellular membrane in an energy-dependent manner (741 aa)
Sucrose transporter 2; Responsible for the transport of sucrose into the cell, with the concomitant uptake of protons (symport system). Can also transport maltose at a lesser rate. May also transport biotin. Probably involved in carpel maturation that leads to pod shatter and seed dispersal (594 aa)
Transcription factor bHLH10 (458 aa)
Tapetum-specific protein A9 (91 aa)
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NCBI taxonomy Id: 3702 Other names: A. thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh., mouse-ear cress, thale cress, thale-cress