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Figure S1. Distribution of regression slopes of phenological timing of 11 species against monthly air temperature (days °C−1) across Japan from January to June. Lower, middle and upper columns indicate species with clone or low, cultivated, and wild genetic diversity, respectively. Bold lines indicate the highest regression slope of the species. G. biloba shows distribution of leaf slopes of phenological timing of budburst.

Figure S2. Distribution of regression slopes of phenological timing of 11 species against monthly air temperature (days °C−1) across Japan from July to December. Lower, middle and upper columns indicate species with clone or low, cultivated, and wild genetic diversity, respectively. Bold lines indicate the highest regression slope of the species. G. biloba shows distribution of leaf slopes of phenological timing of budburst.

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