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Table 3 The 20 largest families of effectors in B. graminis

From: Rapid turnover of effectors in grass powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis)

IDa Totalb Bg tritici c Bg hordei d Bg avenae e Bg on Lolium f Bg poae g SignalPh Length (aa)i Protein domainsj Fast Evolutionk λl
1 609 161 151 113 69 115 127 288   * 80.187
2 141 30 37 22 11 41 112 153   * 14.130
3 131 9 5 12 6 99 49 317 5 microbial_RNases * 1.901
4 103 23 50 7 8 15 74 332 16 microbial_RNases * 0.062
5 103 29 29 14 12 19 60 323 23 microbial_RNases * 0.048
6 101 47 40 6 8 0 95 114   * 2.298
7 91 9 21 10 11 40 61 145   * 16.931
8 68 19 14 11 20 4 38 331 12 microbial_RNases * 0.105
9 63 16 15 8 8 16 7 253    0.027
10 62 25 12 8 8 9 44 133   * 0.095
11 52 18 17 6 7 4 45 114 2 TROVE * 0.073
12 50 4 18 6 7 15 20 133   * 0.132
13 44 19 10 6 8 1 14 262   * 0.108
14 37 10 5 4 6 12 27 178 4 microbial_RNases   0.045
15 33 4 6 5 6 12 18 312 9 microbial_RNases   0.095
16 31 15 7 2 4 3 29 150   * 0.170
17 30 6 9 3 4 8 28 175 6 ML * 0.029
18 27 10 5 3 4 5 25 157   * 0.037
19 26 3 10 5 6 2 18 169   * 0.069
20 26 3 4 2 3 14 11 181    0.023
  1. aFamily identifier
  2. bTotal number of genes in the family
  3. cNumber of family members in B.g. tritici
  4. dNumber of family members in B.g. hordei
  5. eNumber of family members in B.g. avenae
  6. fNumber of family members in B.g. infecting Lolium
  7. gNumber of family members in B.g. poae
  8. hNumber of genes in the family with predicted signal peptide (SignalP)
  9. iAverage length of the protein sequences
  10. jConserved protein domains found in the NCBI CDD (only domains found in at least 2 genes are reported)
  11. kFamilies that evolved significantly differently (p-value <0.01) compared to the null model inferred overall non-effector gene families
  12. lTurnover rate (average number of duplications and disruptions that a gene undergoes in a million years)