Figure S1. qPCR analysis of genes involved inhormone signal transduction and transcription factors in differentheight positions of stems of radiata pine. Different lettersindicate significant differences with respect to the control ofnon-inclined stems (P ≤ 0.05).

Figure S2. qPCR analysis for stress responsegenes related to protein synthesis in different height positions ofstems of radiata pine. Different letters indicate significantdifferences with respect to the control of non-inclined stems(P ≤ 0.05).

Table S1. List of ESTs from SSH libraries.

Video clip S1. Radiata pine apex reorientationon an inclined stem. Movie showing ape x reorientation during thefirst 24 h after plant inclination. Light was suppliedlaterally.

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