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Table 2 CLO/PXG functions in fungi

From: Evolutionary, structural and functional analysis of the caleosin/peroxygenase gene family in the Fungi

Higher taxa Species Gene/protein designation Protein location Biological function(s) Reference(s)
Glomeromycota Rhizophagus irregularis     
Ascomycota Pezizmycotina Aspergillus flavus CLO/PXG LDs Lipid storage, aflatoxin storage, transport and secretion Hanano et al., 2015 [2]; 2018 [3]
   Beauveria (Cordyceps) bassiana Caleosin LDs Lipid storage/mobilisation, spore dispersal, virulence, cuticle penetration Cho et al., 2006 [107]; Fan et al. 2015 [5]; Ortiz-Urquiza et al. 2016 [6]; Chen et al., 2017; Keyhani, 2017 [108]; Chen et al., 2018 [106]
   Metarhizium robertsii
Metarhizium anisopliae
   Lipid metabolism, appressorial turgor pressure, virulence, host invasion, N starvation Gao et al., 2013 [7]; Wang et al., 2007 [8]; Chen et al., 2017
   Blumeria graminis Caleosin Conidia Conidia development, LD formation Zeng et al., 2017 [9]
  Taphrinomycotina      
  Saccharomycotina Saccharomyces cerevisiae Caleosin LDs CLO gene absent but heterologous plant expressed and protein found on LDs Froissard et al., 2009 [47]
Basidiomycota Agaricomycotina Rhodosporidium toruloides     Zhu et al., 2015 [11]
  Ustilagomycotina      
  Pucciniomycotina Puccinia graminis Peroxygenase   Pathogenesis response, oxylipin metabolism Rutter et al., 201 [10]
Microsporidia – incertae sedis Mitosporidium daphnia,     
Cryptomycota/Rozellomycota Rozella allomycis,
Paramicrosporidium saccamoebae
    
Blastocladiomycota Allomyces macrogymus,
Catenaria anguillulae
    
Chytridiomycota Spizellomyces punctatus
Gonapodya prolifera
    
Neocallimastigomycota Neocallimastix californiae     
Zoopagomycota Basidiobolus meristosporus     
Mucoromycota Mucor circinelloides,
Rhizopus delemar/oryzae;
R. microsporus
Mucor circinelloides; Parasitella parasitica, Phycomyces blakesleeanus, Lobosporangium transversale
Choanephora cucurbitarum
Mortierella elongata
    
  1. CLO/PXG gene presence, expression patterns and protein functions in fungal taxa