Fig. S1 Relationship between intrafloral integration (r) and the integration level expressed as the percentage of maximum integration.

Table S1 Phenotypic matrices of variance–covariance of each of two populations for each of the four Rosaceae species

Table S2 Data on integration index (INT) after search in 55 studies indicating order, family, species, group name (referring to the name given in the source), level of analysis, number of measured traits (N traits), integration index values (raw, INT; scaled to number of measured traits, % max INT), and source.

Text S1 Using a series of numerical simulations, the relationship was examined between intrafloral integration and the percentage of maximum possible integration (INT) of hypothetical matrices.

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