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Additional file 2 of A non-photosynthetic green alga illuminates the reductive evolution of plastid electron transport systems

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posted on 17.09.2020 by Motoki Kayama, Jun-Feng Chen, Takashi Nakada, Yoshiki Nishimura, Toshiharu Shikanai, Tomonori Azuma, Hideaki Miyashita, Shinichi Takaichi, Yuichiro Kashiyama, Ryoma Kamikawa
Additional file 2. Figure S2. Predicted plastid metabolic map of chlamydomonad sp. NrCl902. 1. Heme synthesis, 2. branched chain amino acid synthesis, 3. sulfate assimilation, 4. Fe-S cluster synthesis, 5. aspartate-to-lysine conversion, 6. starch metabolism, 7. pentose phosphate pathway, 8. nitrite assimilation, 9. aromatic amino acid biosynthesis, 10. fatty acid synthesis, and 11. glycerolipid synthesis. Sequences in which plastid-targeting transit peptides were detected are shown by green circles with solid lines, while those lacking explicit plastid-targeting transit peptides are shown by green circle with no line. Details for isoprenoid (IPP), carotenoid, and plastoquinone syntheses are depicted in Fig. 3a. Substrate possibly imported from the cytosol and/or mitochondria are highlighted in blue, while those possibly exported to contribute to the cytosolic and mitochondrial functions are in red. Abbreviations of proteins are explained in Additional file 3 (Table S1).

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