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Table 4 Several REG groups were identified from Arabidopsis and rice octamer analysis

From: Identification of plant promoter constituents by analysis of local distribution of short sequences

Arabidopsis Rice
*GGCCCA*  
   AGGCCCAA# AGGCCCAA#
   AGGCCCAC# AGGCCCAC#
   AGGCCCAG# AGGCCCAG#
   AGGCCCAT# AGGCCCAT#
   CGGCCCAA# CGGCCCAA#
   CGGCCCAT# CGGCCCAC
   GGGCCCAA# CGGCCCAG
   GGGCCCAG# CGGCCCAT#
   GGGCCCAT# GGGCCCAA#
   TGGCCCAA GGGCCCAC
   TGGCCCAG# GGGCCCAG#
   TGGCCCAT# GGGCCCAT#
  TGGCCCAC
  TGGCCCAG#
  TGGCCCAT#
**ACGT**, *ACGT***  
   ACACGTCA ACACGTGG#
   ACACGTGA CACGTCAC#
   ACACGTGG# CACGTCTC
   CACGTCAC# CACGTGGC#
   CACGTCAG CACGTGGG#
   CACGTCAT CACGTGTC#
   CACGTCTC#  
   CACGTGAC  
   CACGTGCG  
   CACGTGGA  
   CACGTGGC#  
   CACGTGGG#  
   CACGTGGT  
   CACGTGTA  
   CACGTGTC#  
   CACGTGTG  
   CACGTGTT  
   CCACGTAG  
   CCACGTCA  
   CCACGTCG  
   GACGTCGT  
  1. REGs found in both Arabidopsis and rice are indicated with a sharp (hash) symbol. An asterisk indicates any base and is used to restrict the position of the motif in the octamer sequence.