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Graphical summary of the main findings. Please see the manuscript for details. Left depicts a phylogenetic relationship of the studied genes in Medicago, Lotus and Arabidopsis plants. Right displays the observed differences in plants with (API) and without (api) the gene under study. (Graphic by Aleksandr Gavrin and Sebastian Schornack)

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