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Fig. S1 Phenotypic data of organ dry mass, main stem length, flower number and flower size; vertical bars denote standard errors of the mean.

Fig. S2 Fitting on the number of flowers (flower buds) for four treatments (T15L40, T15L100, T24L40, T24L100); vertical bars denote standard errors of the mean.

Fig. S3 Comparison of leaf area from model and measurement for four treatments (T15L40, T15L100, T24L40, T24L100).

Fig. S4 Kinetics of pith biomass for four treatments (T15L40, T15L100, T24L40, T24L100).

Fig. S5 Kinetics of biomass production and plant demand for four treatments (T15L40, T15L100, T24L40, T24L100).

Table S1 Final number of leaves (T0) on the main stem

Table S2 Specific leaf weight (g cm−2) of the main stem

Table S3 Specific leaf weight (g cm−2) of the side shoots

Table S4 Leaf appearance rate (d−1) on the main stem

Table S5 Delay parameter and allometric parameter values for four treatments

Table S6 Sink and source parameter values from interpolation

Video S1 Growth animation of virtual chrysanthemum for four treatments (T15L40, T15L100, T24L40, T24L100).

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