Figure S1. Multiple sequence alignment of OoOST of Orseolia oryzae showing homology to OST3 from different insects. Amino acid residues forming the part of the secretory signal sequence are underlined.

Figure S2. Multiple sequence alignment of OoOST cloned from genomic DNA isolated from gall midge biotypes GMB1, GMB4 and GM4M. Sequence polymorphism (addition of ‘TT’) was observed in the first intron of OoOST in GMB4.

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