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Table 1 Genomic information of CBL genes in plants

From: Genome-wide identification of Calcineurin B-Like (CBL) gene family of plants reveals novel conserved motifs and evolutionary aspects in calcium signaling events

Sl. no. Name of plant species Type of organism Genome size (Mbs) No. of CBL genes
1 Aguilegia coerulea Dicot 302 5
2 Arabidopsis thaliana Dicot 135 10
3 Brachypodium distachyon Monocot 272 9
4 Brassica rapa Dicot 283.8 14
5 Capsella rubella Dicot 134.8 9
6 Carica papaya Dicot 135 4
7 Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Green algae 118.8 2
8 Citrus clementina Dicot 301.4 7
9 Citrus sinensis Dicot 319 8
10 Cuccumis sativus Dicot 203 7
11 Eucalyptus grandis Dicot 691 12
12 Fragaria vesca Dicot 240 6
13 Glycine max Dicot 975 9
14 Gossipium raimondii Dicot 761.4 13
15 Linum usitatissimum Dicot 318.3 12
16 Malus domestica Dicot 881.3 11
17 Manihot esculenta Dicot 760 9
18 Medicago truncatula Dicot 257.6 11
19 Micromonas pusilla Green algae 22 3
20 Mimulus guttatus Dicot 321.7 9
21 Oryza sativa Monocot 372 11
22 Panicum halii Monocot 453 8
23 Panicum virgatum Monocot 1358 10
24 Phaseolus vulgaris Dicot 521.1 10
25 Physcomitrella patens Moss 480 4
26 Picea abies Gymnosperm 1960 13
27 Populous trichocarpa Dicot 422.9 11
28 Prunus persica Dicot 451.9 7
29 Ricinus communis Dicot 400 8
30 Selaginella moellendorffii Pteridophyte 212.6 4
31 Setaria italica Monocot 405.7 7
32 Solanum lycopersicum Dicot 900 11
33 Solanum tuberosum Dicot 800 12
34 Sorghum bicolor Monocot 697.5 8
35 Thellugenella halophila Dicot 238.5 9
36 Theobroma cacao Dicot 330.8 7
37 Vitis venifera Dicot 487 9
38 Zea mays Monocot 2500 9
  1. The splice variants of CBL genes were not included in this study. From the table, it indicates that number of CBL genes of a species is not directly proportional to its genome size