jpy12079-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF134KFigure S1. Layout of Symbiodisssnium psaA minicircle and primers used for PCR amplification/sequencing.
jpy12079-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifimage/tif652KFigure S2. psaA protein alignment of three Symbiodinium types. The partial protein alignment (C-terminus) shows the strict conservation of several proposed binding sites (black rectangles) within the P700 apoprotein of photosystem I, including residue responsible for binding two Iron-Sulfur (4Fe-4S) clusters (1–2), Magnesium metal (3–4; involved in the P700 chl pair), the chlorophyll a A3 site (5), and the phylloquinone A (6). These sites were all conserved across 32 different photosynthetic organisms (data not shown). The shaded gray boxes above the sequence represent putative transmembrane spacing regions.
jpy12079-sup-0003-FigureS3.pdfapplication/PDF2673KFigure S3. Alignment of P700 amino sequence corresponding to the amino acids 198–303 of Symbiodinium A20. The alignments display an example of two large regions of sequence divergence and/or deletions (shown within brackets) specific to peridinin-type dinoflagellates. The dotted lines under the alignment represent proposed transmembrane regions based on sequence homology.
jpy12079-sup-0004-TableS1.docxWord document48KTable S1. Target gene and primer sequences used for real-time PCR.

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