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Figure S1. δ13C (‰)in leaves ofdifferent oak provenances in different climate treatments and soiltypes.

Figure S2. C/N ratio in leaves of different oak provenances in different climate treatments and soil types.

Figure S3. Total leaf C(mg·g−1 DW) of different oak provenances in different climate treatments and soil types.

Figure S4. Total leaf N(mg·g−1 DW) of different oak provenances in different climate treatments and soil types.

Figure S5. Total soluble leaf protein N(mg·g−1 DW) of different oak provenances in different climate treatments and soil types.

Figure S6. Total leaf amino acid N(mg·g−1 DW) of different oak provenances in different climate treatments and soil types.

Figure S7. Total leaf structural N(mg·g−1 DW) of different oak provenances in different climate treatments and soil types.

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