Fig. S1 Experimental setting for plant growth and aluminium (Al) treatment.

Fig. S2 Independent component analysis for visualisation of changes of relative protein abundance in roots of Lotus corniculatus exposed to 0 (control), 10, or 20 μM Al.

Fig. S3 Steady-state mRNA levels of the ALMT gene in Lotus corniculatus roots exposed to 10 or 20 μM Al.

Table S1 Effects of aluminium (Al) stress on the contents of nutrient elements in Lotus corniculatus roots

Table S2 Identification by proteomic analysis of peroxidases and glutathione S-transferases (GSTs) responsive to aluminium (Al) stress in Lotus corniculatus roots

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