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Fig. S1 Global ANOVA and ANOVA at low (LowN) and high (HighN) nitrogen performed on data from the two sets of experiments with controls and mutants.

Fig. S2 Senescence phenotype of autophagy-defective and salicylic acid-defective single and double mutants.

Fig. S3 Comparison of biomass and yield in stay-green autophagy mutants under nitrate-limiting and nitrate-rich conditions.

Fig. S4 Nitrogen uptake was determined in autophagy single and double mutants at low (LowN) and high (HighN) nitrogen.

Table S1 The nitrogen concentrations of dry remains and total seeds were higher in autophagy mutants at low nitrogen (LowN).

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