MA_96803g0010


Description : 30.2.26 signalling.receptor kinases.crinkly like Encodes a membrane localized protein with similarity to receptor kinases which is involved in epidermal cell differentiation. Flowers of mutants have disorganized ovule integument growth and abnormal sepal margins. In the roots, mutants initiate more lateral roots but fewer laterals actually emerge due to defects in lateral root formation. Mutants also display disorganized columella. The root phenotypes can be traced to abnormalities in asymmetric divisions in the pericycle and root apex. Conflicting data regarding the role of the kinase domain- which may or may not be required for function. Complementation studies indicate that the C-terminal domain is also not required for signaling function. May be regulated by protein turnover which is mediated by endocytic processes. crinkly4 (CR4)


Gene families : OG_01_0008520 (Gene family) Phylogenetic Tree(s): OG0008520_tree

Sequence : coding (download), protein (download)


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Type Description Actions
Neighborhood HRR network (cutoff 100): MA_96803g0010
Cluster HCCA cluster: Cluster_95

Target Alias Description ECC score Gene Family Method Actions
AT3G59420 CR4, ACR4 crinkly4 0.06 Gene family
GSVIVT01010759001 No alias 30.2.26 signalling.receptor kinases.crinkly like Encodes... 0.02 Gene family
LOC_Os03g43670 Os03g0637800 30.2.26 signalling.receptor kinases.crinkly like Encodes... 0.03 Gene family
Zm00001d023425 GRMZM2G051637 30.2.26 signalling.receptor kinases.crinkly like Encodes... 0.02 Gene family

Type GO Term Name Evidence Source
MF GO:0004672 protein kinase activity IEA InterProScan
MF GO:0005524 ATP binding IEA InterProScan
BP GO:0006468 protein phosphorylation IEA InterProScan
Type GO Term Name Evidence Source

No Predicted GO terms available for this sequence

InterPro domains Description Start Stop
IPR000719 Prot_kinase_dom 352 622
No external refs found!