Distribution of domains found within kinesins of 19 species. Schematic showing the presence or absence of particular domains and which families these domains are found in across the 19 species sampled. Species are listed horizontally across the top of the figure with the various domains listed vertically. Presence of a domain is indicated by a solid circle and its absence by a hollow circle. LH2, Lipoxygenase; Syn, N-terminal Syntaxin; MyTH4, Myosin Tail Homology 4; ARM, Armadillo; VWA, Von Willebrand Factor, Type A; ZF, Zinc finger; KR, Kinesin-Related; CH, Calponin Homology; HTH, Helix-Turn-Helix; HHH, Helix-Hairpin-Helix; FHA, Fork Head Associated; PH, Pleckstrin homology; CAP-Gly, Glycine rich domain found in Cytoskeleton Associated Proteins (CAPs); GGL, G-protein gamma motif like; WD-40, A 40 amino acid repeat motif with W and D dipeptides at the terminus; 3' Exo, 3' Exoribonuclease; CNB, Cyclic Nucleotide Binding; TPR, Tetratricopeptide repeat; MFS, Major Facilitator Superfamily; TM, Transmembrane; IPRP; Inositol polyphospate related phosphatase; C2, Protein kinase C conserved region 2; VHS, Domain present in Vps-27, Hrs, STAM; MORN, Membrane occupation and recognition nexus. In T. pseudonana, most kinesins are short (Table 7 and Figure 12), which could be due to poor quality of the gene models. Hence, it is possible that they contain additional domains. For full names of species see Fig. 1 legend.