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Figure S1. The advantage of SIM: alternative deterministic model, constant environment.

Figure S2. Comparison of stress-induction functions.

Figure S3. The advantage of SIM with continuous stress-induction: deterministic model, constant environment.

Figure S4. The role of beneficial mutations in the advantage of SIM: alternative deterministic model, constant environment.

Figure S5. The effect of SIM under high baseline mutation rate: deterministic model, constant environment.

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