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Fig. S1 Distribution of Gene Ontology (GO) categories for biological process, cellular component and molecular function in H. maximiliani.

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Fig. S2 Gene Ontology (GO) categories assigned to 164 and 104 contigs that are specific to the Manitoba and Texas populations of H. maximiliani, respectively. A) Biological process, B) cellular component and C) molecular function. Only GO terms with ≥5 contigs in at least one population are shown.

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Table S1 Arabidopsis thaliana genes used as queries to search for flowering-time-related genes in H. maximiliani.

Table S2 Arabidopsis thaliana genes used as queries to search for freezing-tolerance-related genes in H. maximiliani.

Table S3 11,251 contigs of H. maximiliani with high similarity to Arabidopsis thaliana protein sequences (E-value < 1e-20).

Table S4 Blast searches (tblastx) identified 197 unique sequences of H. maximiliani transcriptome contigs (269 hits in total) with high similarity to Arabidopsis thaliana flowering-time-related genes (E-value < 1e-20).

Table S5 Blast search (tblastx) identified 89 unique sequences of H. maximiliani transcriptome contigs (100 hits in total) that have high similarity with Arabidopsis thaliana freezing-tolerance-related genes (E-value < 1e-20).

Table S6 Single-nucleotide polymorphisms identified within and between Manitoba and Texas populations of H. maximiliani and flanking regions.

Table S7 Simple sequence repeats (SSRs) identified in H. maximiliani.

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