Data S1. Experimental procedures.

Figure S1. A rooted phylogenetic tree of plant TPSs. Protein sequences used in this analysis are the same as those used for making Figure 3 expect that a bacterial CPS (Morrone et al., 2009) was included as the outgroup. Individual subfamilies of TPSs are the same as described for Figure 3.

Table S1. TPS proteins represented in phylogenetic analysis.

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