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The evolution of plants is characterized by several rounds of ancient whole genome duplication, sometimes closely associated with the origin of large groups of species. A good example is the γ triplication at the origin of core eudicots. Core eudicots comprise about 75% of flowering plants and are characterized by the canalization of reproductive development. To better understand the impact of this genomic event, we studied the protein interaction network of MADS-domain transcription factors,doi:10.1101/074989 fatcat:wbt6imytgfcxbk3f5bmn6aji3a