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Table S1. Principal components analysis of Sargassum growth traits.

Table S2. Two-way anova testing the effects of herbivory and nitrogen availability on the relative growth rates of Sargassum.

Table S3. Two-way anova testing the effects of herbivory and nitrogen availability on the tissue composition of Sargassum.

Table S4. Repeated measures anova testing the effects of herbivory and nitrogen availability on the photosynthetic electron transport rate of Sargassum.

Table S5. ancova results testing the relationship between growth and phlorotannin content of Sargassum under different nitrogen conditions.

Figure S1. Effects of simulated herbivory and nitrogen availability on the photosynthetic rate of Sargassum tissue.

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