Figure S1. Symptoms of rice false smut 3 days after inoculation.

Figure S2. Transverse section of rice false smut balls 10 days after inoculation.

Figure S3. The longitudinal fracture surface of a mature false smut ball sampled from a paddy field.

Figure S4. LM (a) and SEM (b–c) photographs of rice anthers in infected spikelets.

Figure S5. SEM photograph of the inner surface of rice lemma in a mature false smut ball.

Figure S6. LM photographs of transverse section of rice pedicel (a) and stem (b) in severely infected rice panicle.

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