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Figure S1. Phylogenetic relationships amongst the major lineages of land plants. The plant groups that were analyzed using CoMPP are numbered and included the following orders and species: 1) Funariales - Physcomitrella patens; 2) Selaginellales - Selaginella kraussiana; 3) Equisetales - Equisetum arvense; 4) Polypodiales - Matteuccia struthiopteris, Polypodium scandens; 5) Ginkgoales - Ginkgo biloba; 6) Gnetales - Gnetum gnemon; 7) Nymphaeales - Nuphar lutea; 8) Chloranthaceae - Sarcandra glabra; 9) Liliales - Lilium martagon, Tofieldia calyculata. Asparagales - Allium porrum, Vanilla imperialis. Poales - Carex sp, Typha angustifolia, Zea diploperennis. Commelinales - Pontederia rotundifolia; 10) Ranunculales - Meconopsis sp. Caryophyllales - Dianthus monspessulanus. Saxifragales - Saxifraga rosaceae. Fabales - Lupinus sp. Brassicales - Arabidopsis thaliana. Lamiales - Salvia splendens. Apiales - Anthriscus sylvestris. Asterales - Doronicum columnae. The phylogenetic tree was modified from Simpson, M.G. (2006) Plant Systematics. Burlington, MA: Elsevier.

Figure S2. CoMPP microarray analysis of E. arvense cell-wall polysaccharide composition.

Table S1. Inferred relative levels of polysaccharides in E. arvense cell walls (based on glycosyl linkage data in Table 1).

Appendix S1. Comprehensive Microarray Polymer Profiling (CoMPP) analysis, MALDI-TOF MS analysis of oligosaccharides produced by licheninase digestion of AIR, and estimation of the polysaccharide content of E. arvense cell walls.

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