Fig. S1 Genomic sequences of SpSNAP33 and SpSYR1.

Fig. S2 Multiple nucleotide sequence alignments of StSNAP33-1 and StSYR1-1.

Fig. S3 StSNAP33-1 and StSYR1-1 localize to the plasma membrane in onion epidermal cells.

Fig. S4 Cosilencing of both StSNAP33 and StSYR1-homologous genes by the RNAi approach.

Fig. S5 Free salicylic acid (SA) and salicylic acid glucoside (SAG) concentrations in individual plant lines.

Fig. S6StPR1-expression in StSNAP33- and StSYR1-RNAi lines of different age.

Fig. S7 Infection experiments with P.  infestans and B.  cinerea (individual plant lines).

Fig. S8 Enhanced cell death response in StSNAP33- and StSYR1-RNAi plants upon infiltration of bacteria.

Table S1 Identity comparisons (%) of StSNAP33-1 and StSYR1-1 with homologous proteins

Please note: Wiley-Blackwell are not responsible for the content or functionality of any supporting information supplied by the authors. Any queries (other than missing material) should be directed to the New Phytologist Central Office.

NPH_4024_sm_FigS1-S8-TableS1.pdf1214KSupporting info item