KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K00224
Entry
K00224                      KO                                     

Name
CEQORH
Definition
chloroplastic oxoene reductase [EC:1.3.1.-]
Pathway
ko00592  alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism
ko01110  Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09100 Metabolism
  09103 Lipid metabolism
   00592 alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism
    K00224  CEQORH; chloroplastic oxoene reductase
Enzymes [BR:ko01000]
 1. Oxidoreductases
  1.3  Acting on the CH-CH group of donors
   1.3.1  With NAD+ or NADP+ as acceptor
    1.3.1.-  
     K00224  CEQORH; chloroplastic oxoene reductase
Other DBs
RN: R12141
Genes
ATH: AT4G13010
ALY: 9299357
CRB: 17880355
CSAT: 104719157 104723900 104724227 104732421 104732967
EUS: EUTSA_v10025457mg
BRP: 103859168
BNA: 106347803 106415570 111198735
BOE: 106307822
RSZ: 108819516
THJ: 104808802 104808803 104821659
LJA: Lj1g3v3580590.2(Lj1g3v3580590.2) Lj3g3v0615870.1(Lj3g3v0615870.1) Lj3g3v0615870.2(Lj3g3v0615870.2) Lj3g3v3753340.2(Lj3g3v3753340.2)
ADU: 107477588
AIP: 107629758
SLY: 101243822(SlFBA4) 101268312
SOT: 102582629
DOSA: Os04t0358000-01(Os04g0358000) Os04t0359100-01(Os04g0359100) Os04t0359700-00(Os04g0359700) Os09t0502500-01(Os09g0502500) Os09t0503100-01(Os09g0503100)
ATS: 109746425(LOC109746425) 109758932(LOC109758932) 109760416(LOC109760416) 109763321(LOC109763321) 109765827(LOC109765827) 109769681(LOC109769681) 109780943(LOC109780943) 109783292(LOC109783292)
AOF: 109836593
MAW: MAC_07307
MAJ: MAA_09750
MBE: MBM_01963
ANG: ANI_1_2406104(An12g10910)
SMIN: v1.2.031864.t1(symbB.v1.2.031864.t1)
MMI: MMAR_2950
MOY: CVS54_03287(mas_2)
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Reference
  Authors
Curien G, Giustini C, Montillet JL, Mas-Y-Mas S, Cobessi D, Ferrer JL, Matringe M, Grechkin A, Rolland N
  Title
The chloroplast membrane associated ceQORH putative quinone oxidoreductase reduces long-chain, stress-related oxidized lipids.
  Journal
Phytochemistry 122:45-55 (2016)
DOI:10.1016/j.phytochem.2015.11.015
  Sequence
[ath:AT4G13010]

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