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Fig. S1. Expression profile of HIPP genes from A. thaliana and O. sativa during plant development.

Fig. S2. Anatomy profile of HIPP genes in various A. thaliana tissue samples.

Fig. S3. Anatomy profile of HIPP genes in various O. sativa tissue samples.

Fig. S4. Expression profile of HIPP genes in various tissues throughout rice development.

Fig. S5. Quantitative RT-PCR analysis of HIPP genes in 2-week-old seedlings exposed to 60 µm CdCl2 for 6, 12 and 24 h.

Fig. S6. Expression profile of O. sativa and A. thaliana HIPP genes in seedlings stressed with cadmium and other metals.

Fig. S7. Heatmap showing significant expression changes of OsHIPP genes identified in the GEO dataset ‘Expression data for stress treatment in rice seedlings (GSE6901)’.

Fig. S8. Expression profile of HIPP genes in O. sativa plants exposed to diverse pathogens.

Fig. S9. Expression profile of HIPP genes in A. thaliana plants exposed to diverse pathogens.

Table S1. Identification and analyses of all sequences utilized in the present work.

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