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Figure S1. Tissues from different developmental stages for small RNA sequencing.

Figure S2. Size distribution of sequence reads in the small RNA libraries.

Figure S3. Comparisons of distinct MIRNAs and MIRNA-like hairpins.

Figure S4. Comparisons of MIRNA-like hairpins characters between chromosome arms and pericentromeric regions.

Figure S5. Comprisal of MIRNA-like hairpins derived from different events.

Figure S6. MIRNA-like hairpin block in soybean chromosome 13.

Figure S7. WGD mediated duplicated Gma-MIR156 family.

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Table S1. Summary of the small RNA seq data quality analysis.

Table S2. Information of soybean MIRNA-like hairpins identified in this study.

Table S3. Correlations of MIRNA-like hairpin density with genetic features using dataset from chromosome arm.

Table S4. Information of MIRNA-like hairpins identified in rice genome.

Table S5. Correlations of MIRNA-like hairpin density with genomic features in rice.

Table S6. Correlations of miRNA expression with genomic features using 500 kb window dataset.

Table S7. Correlations of MIRNA-like hairpin expression with its characters and surrounding genomic features.

Table S8. Comparison of MIRNA-like hairpin characters among different duplication groups.

Table S9. Correlations of MIRNA-like hairpin expression with its characters and surrounding genomic features in different duplicated groups.

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