Svetlana Gerdes1,2, Basma El Yacoubi2, Marc Bailly2*, Ian K. Blaby2*, Crysten E. Blaby-Haas2*, Linda Jeanguenin3*, Aurora Lara-Núñez3*, Anne Pribat3*, Jeffrey C. Waller3*, Andreas Wilke4, Ross Overbeek1, Andrew D. Hanson3#, and Valérie de Crécy-Lagard2#

1Fellowship for Interpretation of Genomes, Burr Ridge, IL, USA
2Department of Microbiology and Cell Science, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
3Department of Horticultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
4Computation Institute, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
*Contributed equally; #Corresponding authors

Additional Tables

Gene families shared between plants and Prokaryotes. This table describes selected prokaryotic members of such gene families, using various parameters precomputed in the SEED database (explained is a separate worksheet within each file). Taken together, these data help select promising research targets - hypothetical gene families, for which functions could be potentially predicted based on non-homology-based clues (e.g. genomic, functional, phylogenetic context, association with specific environmental niche, etc). Also, they facilitate development of specific functional predictions for such families. Supplemental Table
Supplemental Table
Supplemental Table
Hypothetical gene families shared between plants and Prokaryotes, that were linked to general areas of metabolism and physiology, or associated with more specific potential functions.Supplemental Table