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By way of example, only one region in Arabidopsis has more than five duplicated transcription factor genes in tandem (seven ABI3/VP1 genes (At4G31610 to At4G31660)), whereas in soybean several such regions are present (for example, 13 C3H-type 1 (Zn) (Glyma15g19120 to Glyma15g19240); six MYB/ HD-like (Glyma06g45520 to Glyma06g45570); and five MADS (Glyma20g27320 to Glyma20g27360); Supplementary Table 8).

The overall distribution of soybean transcription factor genes among the
various known protein families is very similar between Arabidopsis
and soybean (Supplementary Fig. 10a, b).

However, some families are relatively sparser or more abundant in soybean, perhaps reflecting differences in biological function.

For example, members of the ABI3/VP1 family are 2.2-times more abundant in Arabidopsis, whereas members of the TCP family are 4.4-times more abundant in soybean.

In addition, those gene families with fewer members are differentially represented between soybean and Arabidopsis.
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