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Figure S1. Biplots of leaf, stem and root trait relationships. Data are shown without transformation: regression lines are therefore only informative (not always complying with bivariate normality assumption). Species are distinguished according to their higher taxum: ○ Core eudicot; &U25CF; Basal eudicot; &U25CF; Monocot; Δ Pteridophyte; &bsl00066; Lycophyte; &bsl00066; Gymnosperm.

Figure S2. Biplots of leaf, stem and root trait relationships. Data are shown without transformation: regression lines are therefore only informative (not always complying with bivariate normality assumption). Species are distinguished according to their plant type: ○ Woody evergreen; &U25CF; Woody deciduous; &U25CF; Fern ally; Δ Graminoid; &bsl00066; Forb; &bsl00066; Aquatic forb; □ Club moss.

Table S1. Species list and characteristics. All leaf, stem and root trait data is available through the TRY database: http://www.try-db.org.

Table S2. Contributions (%) of organ traits to the construction of first and second axes of organ PCAs.

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