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Figure S1. Individual amino acids in phloem of two Medicago truncatula genotypesgrown under ambient CO2 (ACO2) and elevated CO2 (ECO2) with and without pea aphid infestation. (a) Jemalong; (b)dnf1. Each value represents the average (±SE) of four replicates. The outside square box of individual amino acids indicates essential amino acids for aphids.

Figure S2. Individual amino acids of pea aphids when fed on Jemalong and dnf1 mutant grown under ambient CO2 (ACO2) and elevated CO2 (ECO2).Each value represents the average (±SE) of four replicates. The outside square box of individual amino acids indicates essential amino acids for aphids.

Table S1. F and P values from manovas for the effect of CO2 level, Medicago truncatula genotype on growth traits in two M. truncatula genotypes.

Table S2. F and P values from manovas for the effect of CO2 level, Medicago truncatula genotype and pea aphid infestation on enzymes activities in leaves and foliar total amino acids of two M. truncatula genotypes.

Table S3. F and P values from manovas for the effect of CO2 level, Medicago truncatula genotype and pea aphid infestation on rotated factors of individual amino acids in phloem sap of two M. truncatula genotypes.

Table S4. F and P values from manovas for the effect of CO2 level, Medicago truncatula genotype on rotated factors of individual amino acids in pea aphids when feeding on two M. truncatula genotypes.

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