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jec12048-sup-0001-FigureS1-S6.pdfapplication/PDF1683KFigure S1. Comparison of results when each Sij is chosen randomly from either a uniform distribution [0.5, 1.5] (panels a–d) or [0.5, 1.0] (panels e–h) when i is not the same as j. Figure S2. Representative example illustrating how Scmax (maximum cumulative number of colonisation events), Semax (maximum cumulative number of extinction events), Kc (the value of t at which Sct is 1/2 Scmax), and Ke (the value of t at which Set is 1/2 Semax) are determined. Figure S3. Results of the simulations conducted the same way as in Fig. 2, except that plant-soil interactions took place not only within cells (as in Fig. 2), but also between adjacent cells. Figure S4. Results of the simulations conducted the same way as in Fig. 2, except that plant establishment in cells took place not only by seed dispersal (as in Fig. 2), but also by clonal growth. Figure S5. Results of the simulations conducted the same way as in Fig. 2, except that plant-soil interactions took place not only within cells (as in Fig. 2), but also between adjacent cells, and that plant establishment in cells took place not only by seed dispersal (as in Fig. 2), but also by clonal growth. Figure S6. Effect of immigration rate on temporal change (mean, = 20) in alpha (blue), beta (orange), gamma (yellow) diversity and the cumulative number of colonisation, Sct (purple), and extinction, Set (green), under no or complex plant-soil interactions.

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