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Appendix S1. Study system.

Appendix S2. Composition of the fertilization solutions used for pine growth.

Appendix S3. Summary of the mixed models for growth, carbohydrate reserves and chemical defensive traits.

Table S2A. Chemical composition of the solutions used in both fertilization treatments.

Table S2B. Actual concentration of N and P in the fertilizer solutions used for both treatments.

Table S3A. Results of the mixed model for pine juvenile height, stem base diameter, and total biomass for the main fixed effects (Block, Phosphorus availability, Methyl jasmonate induction and Family) and their interactions.

Table S3B. Results of the mixed model for soluble sugars and starch for the main fixed effects (Block, Phosphorus availability, Methyl jasmonate induction and Family) and their interactions.

Table S3C. Results of the mixed model for stem diterpenes, leaf total phenolics and leaf condensed tannins for the main fixed effects (Block, Phosphorus availability, Methyl jasmonate induction and Family) and their interactions.

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