Chimeric NAC domains.

NAC TFs possess chimeric NAC domains with at least 34 diverse chimeric NAC domains identified in the studied species. (1) two NAC domain (2) three NAC domain (3) four NAC domain (4) 13 PPR repeats followed by a NAC (5) NAC domain followed by eight PPR repeats (6) protein kinase domain followed by NAC (7) PI3_kinase_3 domain followed by NAC (8) NAC domain followed by kinase and EF-hand domain (9) protein kinase domain followed by NAC and CRM domain (10) NAC domain followed by peptidase A1 domain (11) NAC domain followed by WRKY domain (12) cytochrome B561 domain followed by NAC (13) two DFDF domain followed by cytochrome B and NAC (14) DNA_J2 domain followed by NAC (15) DNA_J2 domain followed by NAC and ZF_B domain (16) NAC domain followed by a TIR, two LRR and a CS domain (17) NAC followed by TIR domain (18) F-box domain followed by NAC (19) IQ domain followed by NAC (20) NAC domain followed by ZF_B domain (21) EF-hand domain followed by NAC (22) NAC domain followed by PPC domain (23) ENT domain followed by NAC (24) NAC domain followed by ABC_TM1F domain (25) NAC domain followed by CRM domain (26) NAC domain followed by RWP_RK and PB1 domain (27) NAC domain followed by three ACT domain (28) NAC domain followed by PABC domain (29) NAC domain followed by INTEGRA domain (30) RESPO domain followed by NAC (31) NAC domain followed by JMJN and JMJC domain (32) SAM domain followed by NAC (33) BRX domain followed by NAC and (34) repeat of NAC and ZF_domain. The identification of chimeric NAC domain sequences was determined using the ScanProsite and InterProScan server. The details regarding the presence of chimeric NAC TF in different taxa can be found in S1 Table.