Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 100 (2016) 135–147 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/ympev The evolutionary origin of CIPK16: A gene involved in enhanced salt tolerance a a b a a,⇑ Shanika Amarasinghe , Nathan S. Watson-Haigh , Matthew Gilliham , Stuart Roy , Ute Baumann Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics, PMB 1, Glen Osmond, SA 5064, Australia Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology, Department of Plant Science, School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, University of Adelaide, Glen Osmond SA 5064, Australia article i nfo abstract Article history: Calcineurin B-like protein interacting protein kinases (CIPKs) are key regulators of pre-transcriptional and Received 6 January 2016 post-translational responses to abiotic stress. Arabidopsis thaliana CIPK16 (AtCIPK16) was identiﬁed from Revised 30 March 2016 a forward genetic screen as a gene that mediates lower shoot salt accumulation and improved salinity Accepted 31 March 2016 tolerance in Arabidopsis and transgenic barley. Here, we aimed to gain an understanding of the evolution Available online 1 April 2016 of AtCIPK16, and orthologues of CIPK16 in other plant species including barley, by conducting a phyloge- netic analysis of terrestrial plant species. The resulting protein sequence based
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