Evolutionary dynamics of domain architectures reflected by the presence and absence of architectures in plant lineages. Differentially colored boxes represent the presence of architecture in individual lineages or lineage combinations. Domain architecture patterns are defined by lineages or lineage combinations. Pattern A represents algal architectures; B, bryophyte and lycophyte architectures or early diverging architectures; ABCD, universal architectures; BCD, land architectures; CD angiosperm architectures; C, monocot architectures; and D, dicot architectures. Overall denotes the raw architectures without exclusion of less commonly represented architectures in each lineage and prevalent denotes architectures present in the majority of species in each lineage, i.e., at least three out of five algal species, both P. patens and S. moellendorffii species, two out of three monocot species, and three out of four dicot species. Architectures containing WD-40 domain are included as a representative to illustrate the dynamic changes in plant lineages. Numbers before the slash are collective counts of architectures in individual categories. Numbers after the slash denotes the percentages of architectures in individual categories.