Table I. Putative full-length TPS genes in the cv Golden Delicious genome

Instituto Agrario San Michele all’Adige-annotated gene models (Gene Models 1) encoding potentially functional cv Golden Delicious TPS enzymes were identified following tBLASTn searches of the GDR database with known TPS sequences obtained from the nonredundant protein database at NCBI. For a detailed description of column headings, see Supplemental Table S7.

NameGene ModelPredicted SubgroupProtein LengthLinkage GroupNo. of ExonsRRX8WDDXXDNSE/DTECTP
MdTPS1-GDMDP0000120176TPS-a57477RPX8WDDVYDDDxxDxxxENo
MdTPS5-GDMDP0000161084TPS-a556127KPX8WDDVYEDDxxExxxENo
MdTPS15-GDMDP0000276976TPS-a564117RRX8WDDIYDNDxxSxxxENo
MdTPS16-GDMDP0000295452TPS-a59157NoDDIYDNDxxSxxxEYes
MdTPS26-GDMDP0000297049TPS-b616177RRX8WDDMYDDDxxTxxxEYes
MdTPS30-GDaMDP0000147908TPS-c8101115NoGSHFRELSSPEHEQLNo
MdTPS46-GDMDP0000828007TPS-e/TPS-f7331513NoDDFFDNDxxGxxxENo
MdTPS50-GDMDP0000298903TPS-g535107NoDDIFDDDxxSxxxENo
MdTPS52-GDMDP0000398063TPS-g55457NoDDIFDDDxxSxxxENo
MdTPS54-GDMDP0000562538TPS-g56857NoDDIFDDDxxSxxxENo
  • a Probable type II diterpene synthase, which uses a protonation-dependent catalytic mechanism (Wendt and Schulz, 1998) and does not require DDXXD or NSE/DTE motifs common to type I TPSs.