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Table 1 Summary of RLK and RLP genes among species in synteny blocks

From: Orthology and synteny analysis of receptor-like kinases “RLK” and receptor-like proteins “RLP” in legumes

Species RLK no blocks RLK in blocksa Freq. range RLK-nonRD no blocks RLK-nonRD in blocksa Freq. range RLP no blocks RLP in blocksa Freq. range
CC 38 166 1 to 9 8 21 1 to 7 16 50 1 to 8
GM 57 907 1 to 13 17 148 1 to 9 54 336 1 to 9
MT 116 525 1 to 9 88 95 1 to 9 154 164 1 to 7
PV 7 520 1 to 10 0 113 1 to 8 6 193 1 to 8
VA 8 427 1 to 9 3 78 1 to 7 13 136 1 to 8
VR 8 329 1 to 9 3 62 1 to 7 12 141 1 to 9
VU 8 563 1 to 10 0 142 1 to 8 6 257 1 to 9
VV 75 259 1 to 10 21 37 1 to 5 87 72 1 to 8
AT 333 96 1 to 3 35 10 1 to 2 119 28 1 to 3
SL 145 245 1 to 7 47 36 1 to 3 91 70 1 to 7
  1. The frequency range “Freq range” column describes the number of times a gene was present in different synteny blocks among species. Because the synteny blocks were calculated pairwise, and the same gene can be present multiple times, these values give a frequency reference. The RLK genes were split into two RLK and RLK-nonRD classes. aGene numbers reported are non-redundant; however, a gene can be present in one or more synteny blocks