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Table 4 Summary of ionotropic receptors (IRs) identified in C. nigricornis

From: Sex- and tissue-specific transcriptome analyses and expression profiling of olfactory-related genes in Ceracris nigricornis Walker (Orthoptera: Acrididae)

Gene name Accession number Full length ORF (bp) Amino acid length (AA) Tm domain Homology match Score E-value Identity (%)
Name Species Accession number
CnigIR1 MK990725 3′ 879 292 2 ionotropic receptor 6 Locusta migratoria KT279128.1 542 1.00E-149 79.56%
CnigIR2 MK990726 Y 1533 510 3 ionotropic receptor 26 Locusta migratoria KP843223.1 1435 0 92.99%
CnigIR3 MK990727 Y 2322 773 4 ionotropic receptor 21 Locusta migratoria KP843211.1 1256 0 91.18%
CnigIR4 MK990729 3′ 2034 677 1 ionotropic receptor 29 Locusta migratoria KT279132.1 1690 0 91.89%
CnigIR5 MK990730 3′ 960 319 0 ionotropic receptor 14 Locusta migratoria KT279126.1 324 5.00E-84 85.71%
CnigIR8a MK990728 Y 2691 896 3 ionotropic receptor 8a Locusta migratoria KR349063.1 3777 0 91.85%
CnigIR25a MK990731 Y 2715 904 4 ionotropic receptor IR25a Oedaleus asiaticus MH196264.1 4052 0 93.86%
CnigIR76b MK990732 Y 1608 535 4 ionotropic receptor 76b Locusta migratoria KP843210.1 2233 0 91.73%
  1. The mark of Y, 5′, 3′, and M means that the fragment of the unigene consists of complete open reading frame, 5′-end containing start codon, 3′-end containing stop codon, and the middle part without start and stop codon, respectively