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Fig. S1 Schematic diagram of the biomechanical model.

Fig. S2 Distribution of forces and moments upon an arbitrary bilayer segment.

Fig. S3 The three classifications of geometric configuration modelled.

Fig. S4 Stresses and strains associated with the configurations of Fig. 2.

Fig. S5 Critical value of epidermal hydration required for a transition to an open configuration, as a function of inline image.

Table S1 Cell-scale parameters

Notes S1 The model.

Notes S2 Estimating forces of anther dehiscence.

Notes S3 The effects of variations in inline image.

nph4329-sup-0002_VideoS1.mpgvideo/mpg1294KVideo S1 Video of opening of lily anther (showing 220 frames taken once every 10 min, played back at 10 frames s−1).

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