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jpy1205-sup-0001-FigureS1.docxWord document10KFigure S1. Actual size measurements per genotype and temperature as measured on day 9 (1°C and 6°C treatments) and day 10 (11°C–21°C treatments) for panel a) cell length in μm, panel b) cell width in μm, panel c) cell biovolume in μm3 and panel d) cell surface to volume ratio.
jpy1205-sup-0002-FigureS2.docxWord document10KFigure S2. Classification of years based on a PCoA of yearly water temperature patterns. Axis 1 explained 62.3% of the variation and correlated best with average hibernal temperature, axis 2 explained 22.4% of the variation and correlated best with average estival temperature and axis 3 explained 15.2% of the variation and correlated best with average vernal temperature. Based on the hibernal axis, all years were roughly classified into colder or warmer winter years.

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