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Fig. S1 Graphical presentation of principal components analysis of mineral concentrations of 25 Arabidopsis accessions.

Fig. S2 Heritabilities and total explained phenotypic variances for rosette mineral concentrations of the Arabidopsis Ler × An-1 RIL population.

Table S1 Growth conditions for the three experiments with Arabidopsis accessions and the Ler × An-1 recombinant inbred line (RIL) population grown at different soil water contents

Table S2 Composition of the nutrient solution used to daily irrigate each pot

Table S3 Principal component analysis (PCA) of mineral concentrations in 25 Arabidopsis accessions grown in optimal watering conditions (OWC) and water deficit conditions (WDC)

Table S4 Correlation coefficients for correlations between rosette mineral concentrations and rosette morphological traits for 25 Arabidopsis accessions

Table S5 Correlation coefficients for correlations between rosette mineral concentrations and rosette dry weights in Ler × An-1 recombinant inbred lines (RILs)

Table S6 Correlation coefficients for correlations between rosette mineral concentrations in Ler × An-1 RILs after removing the effect of dry weight

Table S7 Positions of quantitative trait loci (QTLs) identified for rosette mineral concentrations and dry weight in the Arabidopsis Ler × An-1 recombinant inbred line (RIL) population

Table S8 Principal component analysis (PCA) of rosette mineral concentrations and dry weight in the Ler × An-1 recombinant inbred line (RIL) population

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