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Table 18 Yolk consumption

From: Unscrambling butterfly oogenesis

cathepsin l-like cysteine protease; Bombyx cysteine protease; cysteine proteinase-1 (bcp; cl; cp1) Y vacuolar proton atpase; vacuolar h+ atpase subunit 100–2 (vha100-2) Y
cathepsin b; cathepsin b-like cysteine proteinase (catb) Y h+ transporting atpase v0 subunit d; vacuolar h+ atpase subunit ac39-1 (vhaac39-1) Y
cathepsin d; aspartic protease (catd) Y vacuolar atp synthase subunit d; vacuolar h+ atpase subunit 36–1 (mvd; vha36-1) Y
cathepsin f-like cysteine protease; CG12163 (catf) Y CG7899; acid phosphatase 1 (acph-1; ap) N
ecdysteroid-phosphate phosphatase (EPPase) Y primo-1; acid phosphatase isoenzyme (primo-1) Y
vacuolar proton atpase; vacuolar h+ atpase subunit 100–1 (mva; v100; vha100-1) Y   
  1. Maternal effect genes, identified mainly from the Drosophila melanogaster and Bombyx mori literature, involved in facilitating yolk consumption by the developing embryos. Presence (Y) or absence (N) of orthologous transcripts in the Pararge aegeria transcriptome is indicated.