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From: Differential expression of IDA (INFLORESCENCE DEFICIENT IN ABSCISSION)-like genes in Nicotiana benthamiana during corolla abscission, stem growth and water stress

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Unrooted circular phylogenetic tree of IDA-like prepropeptides of Arabidopsis thaliana and relevant species of the Solanaceae family such as N. sylvestris, N. tomentosiformis, N. benthamiana, N. tabacum, S. lycopersicum, S. melongena, C. annuum and S. tuberosum. Clade I shadowed in green color is divided in two subclades containing abscission-related genes (shadowed in lime green) and another one that grouped members of all eight Solanaceae species studied, as well as AtIDL8. The last subclade is subdivided in a group containing genes from Nicotiana, eggplant and pepper closed to SlIDA1, a tomato gene previously associated to abscission (shadowed in lime green) and other group (shadowed in light green) including from the Nicotiana, Solanum and Capsicum genera, with a small subdivision composed of AtIDL8 together with peptides from S. lycopersicum and S. melongena. Clade II (shadowed in light orange) includes exclusively Solanaceae genes. Clade III (shadowed in light gold) includes most of the Arabidopsis IDA-like family as well as Nicotiana and Solanum IDA-like genes. Bootstrap values are shown in each node

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