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Fig. S1 Sequence fragments used in generation of RNAi 1–6, RNAi 2–7, RNAi 3 and RNAi 4–5.

Fig. S2 Sequence alignment and position of the RNAi-targeted sequences.

Fig. S3 Selection of optimal PCR cycles for the RT-PCR quantification of gene expression.

Fig. S4 Phylogenetic analysis of the GA2ox families in Populus and Arabidopsis.

Fig. S5 Associations of gene suppression and phenotypes in RNAi transgenic plants.

Fig. S6 Associations of phenotypes and expression of untargeted GA2ox genes in the RNAi 2–7 transgenics.

Fig. S7 Associations of phenotypes and expression of untargeted GA2ox genes in the RNAi 4–5 transgenics.

Table S1 Primers used to amplify the 4 fragments for generation of the RNAi constructs

Table S2 Primers used for RT-PCR expression analyses

Table S3 Gene models used in the phylogenetic analysis

Table S4 Protein sequences used in the phylogenetic analyses

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