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Table 1 Comparison on the gene abundance of twelve subfamilies of AAT genes in 6 monocots and 3 eudicots

From: Amino acid transporter (AAT) gene family in foxtail millet (Setaria italica L.): widespread family expansion, functional differentiation, roles in quality formation and response to abiotic stresses

  Monocots Eudicots
Milleta Sorghum Maize Brachypodium Rice Wheat Soybean Arabidopsis Potato
AAAP
 AAP 20(21.27%) 17(22.07%) 24(22.43%) 19(23.75%) 19(22.35%) 66(22.30%) 35(18.52%) 8(12.70%) 8(11.11%)
 LHT 12(12.77%) 8(10.39%) 15(14.42%) 8(10.00%) 6(7.05%) 24(8.11%) 24(12.70%) 10(15.87%) 11(15.28%)
 GAT 6(6.38%) 4(5.19%) 2(1.92%) 3(3.75%) 4(4.71%) 14(4.73%) 19(10.05%) 2(3.17%) 3(4.17%)
 ProT 1(1.06%) 1(1.30%) 2(1.92%) 2(2.50%) 3(3.53%) 9(3.04%) 7(3.70%) 3(4.76%) 4(6.35%)
 AUX 4(4.25%) 5(6.49%) 6(5.60%) 3(3.75%) 5(5.88%) 15(5.07%) 16(8.47%) 4(6.35%) 5(7.94%)
 ATLa 6(6.38%) 6(7.79%) 7(6.54%) 6(7.50%) 7(8.24%) 18(6.08%) 16(8.47%) 5(7.94%) 8(11.11%)
 ANT 2(2.13%) 4(5.19%) 3(2.8%) 5(6.25%) 4(4.71%) 18(6.08%) 6(3.17%) 4(6.34%) 5(7.94%)
 ATLb 14(14.89%) 8(10.39%) 17(15.89%) 7(8.75%) 10(11.76%) 40(13.51%) 30(15.87%) 10(15.87%) 8(11.11%)
APC
 ACT 8(8.51%) 5(6.49%) 7(6.54%) 6(7.50%) 7(8.24%) 21(7.09%) 7(3.70%) 1(1.59%) 1(1.39%)
 CAT 12(12.77%) 11(14.29%) 14(13.08%) 11(13.75%) 11(12.94%) 31(10.47%) 19(10.05%) 9(14.29%) 9(12.5%)
 PHS 8(8.51%) 7(9.09%) 7(6.54%) 7(8.75%) 9(10.59%) 31(10.47%) 9(4.76%) 5(7.94%) 8(11.11%)
 TTP 1(1.06%) 1(1.30%) 3(2.80%) 3(3.75%) 0(0.00%) 9(3.04%) 1(0.53%) 2(3.17%) 2(2.78%)
Total 94 77 107 80 85 296 189 63 72
  1. aThe numbers represent the number of identified AAT subfamily members, and the percentages in the brackets represent the proportion to all AAT genes