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gcb12389-sup-0008-DataS1.pdfapplication/PDF33KData S1. References of supporting information. S1_references_ supporting_information.pdf.
gcb12389-sup-0001-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF7KTable S1. Lethal temperature limits for rice. S1_rice_lethal_temperature.pdf.
gcb12389-sup-0002-TableS2.pdfapplication/PDF8KTable S2. Base (Tmin), optimum (Topt) and maximum (Tmax) cardinal temperatures for different key growth processes in rice. S2_rice_processes_temperature.pdf.
gcb12389-sup-0003-TableS3.pdfapplication/PDF12KTable S3. Base (Tmin), optimum (Topt) and maximum (Tmax) cardinal temperatures for key phenological phases and development stages in rice. S3_rice_development_temperature.pdf.
gcb12389-sup-0004-TableS4.pdfapplication/PDF7KTable S4 Lethal temperature limits for maize. S4_maize_lethal_temperature.pdf.
gcb12389-sup-0005-TableS5.pdfapplication/PDF8KTable S5. Base (Tmin), optimum (Topt) and maximum (Tmax) cardinal temperatures for different key growth processes in maize. S5_maize_processes_temperature.pdf.
gcb12389-sup-0006-TableS6.pdfapplication/PDF8KTable S6. Base (Tmin), optimum (Topt) and maximum (Tmax) cardinal temperatures for key phenological phases and development stages in maize. S6_maize_development_temperature.pdf.
gcb12389-sup-0007-TableS7.pdfapplication/PDF7KTable S7. Summary of mean (±SE) of: lethal minimum (TLmin) and lethal maximum (TLmax) temperatures; base (Tmin), optimum (Topt) and maximum (Tmax) temperatures for relevant processes and development phases in wheat from Porter & Gawith (1999). S7_wheat_temperature_Porter_Gawith.pdf.

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