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Table 1 Common putative cis-acting elements identified in the VvSUC/VvSUT, VvHT, VvTMT and VvPMT promoter sequences

From: The Vitis vinifera sugar transporter gene family: phylogenetic overview and macroarray expression profiling

Cis-element name Sequence Response Maximum number of copies/promoter
ARR1AT NGATT Cytokinines 36
CIACADIANLELHC CAANNNNATC Circadian expression 4**
DOFCOREZM AAAG C-metabolism, leaf 40
EBOXBNNAPA CANNTG Light, ABA, seeds 36
EECCRCAH1 GANTTNC CO2-responsive 7
GATABOX GATA Light, leaf, shoot 29
GT1CONSENSUS GRWAAW Light, leaf, shoot 39
GTGANTG10 GTGA Pollen 19
IBOXCORE GATAA Light, leaf, shoot 13
MYBST1 GGATA Myb trans activator 4
MYCCONSENSUSAT CANNTG ABA, abiotic stress 36
PYRIMIDINEBOXOSRAMY1A CCTTTT Sugar repression, seeds 9*
POLLEN1LELAT52 AGAAA Pollen 28
RAV1AAT CAACA Root, rosette leaves 9
ROOTMOTIFTAPOX1 ATATT Root 45
SEF4MOTIFGM7S RTTTTTR Seed, storage protein 23
WBOXATNPR1 TTGAC Desease resistance 8*
WBOXHVISO1 TGACT Sugar, SUSIBA2 9
WBOXNTERF3 TGACY Wounding, ERF3 16
WRKY71OS TGAC GA repressor, ABA 25
  1. Promoter sequence analysis was performed via PLACE. Cis-element name, sequence motifs and signalling pathway are presented. Up to copies/promoter indicates the highest number of cis-acting element found in one promoter. * indicates that the motif is found in all promoters except VvPMT2. ** indicates that the motif is found in all promoters except VvPMT2, VvTMT3 and VvPMT2.