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Sugar transporters play important or even indispensable roles in sugar translocation among adjacent cells in the plant. They are mainly composed of sucrose–proton symporter SUT family members and SWEET family members. In rice, 5 and 21 members are identified in these transporter families, and some of their physiological functions have been characterized on the basis of gene knockout or knockdown strategies. Existing evidence shows that most SUT members play indispensable roles, while many SWEETdoi:10.3390/ijms222011198 pmid:34681858 pmcid:PMC8540626 fatcat:zuoy5l4oefblzinl3exyj7ahwu