The Teosinte branched 1/Cycloidea/Proliferating cell factor 1 (TCP) family includes plant-specific transcription factors that have a non-canonical basic helix–loop–helix motif (the TCP domain). TCP proteins are divided into two classes, namely TCP-C and TCP-P (sometimes called the PCF class), on the basis of differences in their TCP domains. The TCP-C class has two clades, termed the CIN clade and the CYC/TB1 clade. CIN clade genes participate in lateral organ development, while CYC/TB1 clade genes are involved in flower development or lateral shoot development. However, mutants of TCP-P class genes have mild or no phenotypic defects. TCP genes are involved in many biological processes, such as flower development, flower symmetry, shoot branching, leaf development, leaf morphogenesis, leaf senescence, male and female gametophyte development, and the circadian clock. We identified 58 STAT genes, including JTY(21), LWM(18) and F106(19), all genes were divided into 3 subfamilies.