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Table 1 TFs differentially expressed due to abiotic stresses

From: De novo transcriptome analysis of Medicago falcata reveals novel insights about the mechanisms underlying abiotic stress-responsive pathway

TF family DS   SS   CS  
Increase Decrease Increase Decrease Increase Decrease
NAC 62   33   12  
MYB-related 30 19 17 9 16 12
bHLH 32 20 18 2 9 3
AP2-EREBP 26   15 6 15 10
WRKY 31 4 10 1 9 3
FAR1 19 8 6 2 6 3
MADS 24   10   3  
Orphans 25 2 10 1 7  
C2H2 13 3 11 3 4 5
C3H 15 4 10 2 1  
G2-like 4 12 3 2 2 4
Dof   6 8 7   3
GRAS 15   2 1 1 3
bZIP 10 2 5 3 1 5
SET 12 1 8   4  
PHD 11 2 1   1 1
Pseudo-ARR 7 2 2 2 2  
LBD 10   4   4  
ARF 6 2 3    
  1. TFs with altered expression patterns between the abiotic-stressed samples and standard samples were used. The numbers of individual transcripts within a TF family exhibiting increased or decreased expression (a 2-fold or greater change) in the abiotic-stressed samples compared with the standard sample are shown