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Figure S1. A: The top strand shows part of the AtDMP6 sequence, with the encoded amino acids above in grey letters. The complementary strand is the presumed 3’ UTR of the At5g46100 gene with the putative intron that is lacking in the sequence of the smaller DMP6 RT-PCR product in Fig. 4. B: The top line shows the DMP7 amino acid sequence according to the TAIR gene model. The bottom line shows the DMP7 amino acid sequence translated from the sequence of the smaller DMP7 cDNA product in Fig. 4.

Table S1. Primers used for amplification of the 10 DMP promoter regions. For each primer pair, the size of the promoter region amplified is indicated. The restriction sites are shown in boldface and the sequences corresponding to the promoter regions are in uppercase.

Table S2. Primers used for the amplification of the 10 DMP open reading frames (ORFs) to generate the C-terminal DMP-eGFP fusions. All DMPs were amplified on gDNA. Thus, DMP7 contains an intron. For each primer pair, the size of the ORF amplified is indicated. The restriction sites are shown in boldface and the sequences corresponding to the ORFs are in uppercase.

Table S3. Primers used for amplification of the DMP6, -7 and -10 open reading frames (ORFs) to generate the N-terminal eGFP-DMP fusions. All DMPs were amplified on gDNA. Thus, DMP7 contains an intron. For each primer pair, the size of the ORF amplified is indicated. The restriction sites are shown in boldface and the sequences corresponding to the ORF are in uppercase.

Table S4. Primers used for semi-quantitative RT-PCR analyses.

Table S5. Gene designations used in Figure 3 and in the Phytozome database

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