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Plant genomes are modified by an array of epigenetic marks that help regulate plant growth and reproduction. Although plants share many epigenetic features with animals and fungi, some epigenetic marks are unique to plants. In different organisms, the same epigenetic mark can play different roles and/or similar functions can be carried out by different epigenetic marks. Furthermore, while the enzymatic systems responsible for generating or eliminating epigenetic marks are often conserved, theredoi:10.1016/j.pbi.2010.12.002 pmid:21233005 pmcid:PMC3097131 fatcat:exawoukwmzhp5hcsw52mymauwa