ece3646-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif3067KFigure S1. Assessment of flower color, herbivore damage, and trichome density were based on qualitative evaluation of these traits as are illustrated in the pictures: (A) petal color ranging from pale cream (left) to yellow (right); (B) herbivore damage, in a scale of low damaged plants (left) to damaged plants (right); (C) low and high trichome density on stems and flower buds.
ece3646-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif1331KFigure S2. Results of the principal component analysis (PCA) of the site of E. sativa populations and environmental climatic and edaphic characteristics (see Tables 1and S1).
ece3646-sup-0003-FigS3a.tifimage/tif1331KFigure S3. Results of the principal component analysis (PCA) of the phenotypic data from (A) the net-house experiment and (B) the common-garden experiment. The first two axes account for 72% and 65%, respectively, of the variation in (A) and (B).
ece3646-sup-0005-FigS4.tifimage/tif8479KFigure S4. A UPGMA dendrogram of E. sativa populations, based on Nei (1972) genetic distances of the AFLP data.
ece3646-sup-0006-FigS5.tifimage/tif754KFigure S5. Result of the Dfdist outlier analysis when data was pooled into the two clusters and excluding samples from a population with admixed individuals.
ece3646-sup-0007-TableS1.docxWord document17KTable S1. Environmental and edaphic conditions at sites of populations of E. sativa.
ece3646-sup-0007-AppendixS1.xlsxapplication/msexcel17KAppendix S1. Phenotypic evaluation (mean values) in populations of E. sativa obtained in the common-garden and net-house experiments, and plant height measured in their natural habitats.

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