Phylogenetic relationship of the Dart element and its putative transposase product to the hAT superfamily. The unrooted tree was constructed by the neighbor-joining method from a CLUSTALX alignment of the sequences identified by database searches. Bootstrap values (1000 replicates) support the grouping of the plant, fungi and insect proteins. Species of origin and GenBank Accession Nos. of the sequences used are: hAT-element (Arabidopsis thaliana) AC068324; Tam3 (Antirrhinum majus) X55078; Homer (Bactrocera tryoni) AF110403; Crypt1 (Cryptonectria parasitica) AF283502; Hobo (Drosophila melanogaster) X04705; hermit (Lucinia cuprina) U22467; hobo (Mamestra brassicae) AF487501; Hermes (Musca domestica) L34807; Slide (Nicotiana tabacum) X97569; THELMA13 (Silene latifolia) AY172036; Restless (Tolypocladium inflatum) Z69893
The phylogenetic relationships between them support the notion that
the Dart element belongs to the plant branch of the
hAT superfamily (Fig. 5 )..
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