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Fig. S1 Relative amounts of HIPVs emitted from an attached or detached, SWB(wt) or SWB12 plant in response to Tetranychus urticae attack.

Fig. S2 Volatile profiles of SWB(wt) or SWB12 plants that were pre-conditioned in a glasshouse and used for assays.

Fig. S3 Volatiles emitted from a torenia plant treated with 0.5 mM methyl jasmonate (MeJA).

Fig. S4 Olfactory response of Phytoseiulus persimilis when offered non-flowering, uninfested wild-type (wt) plants vs clean air.

Fig. S5 Olfactory response of Phytoseiulus persimilis when offered non-flowering, uninfested transgenic plants vs uninfested wild-type (wt) plants (20 gFW of each).

Fig. S6 Olfactory response of Phytoseiulus persimilis when offered infested SWB3 or SWB12 plants plus their flowers or SWB(wt) flowers vs infested SWB(wt) plants plus their flowers.

Fig. S7 Glasshouse-based assays for olfactory response of Phytoseiulus persimilis when offered non-flowering, uninfested SWB3/12 vs uninfested SWB(wt).

Fig. S8 Glasshouse-based assays for olfactory response of Phytoseiulus persimilis when offered non-flowering, infested CrW15 vs uninfested CrW(wt); non-flowering, infested CrV43 vs uninfested CrV(wt).

Table S1 Relative amounts of volatiles emitted from torenia plants

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