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Figure S1. The effects of drought on the average inflorescence mass where D stands for drought-stressed plants, and C stands for well-watered control plants.

Figure S2. The effects of inoculation with AM fungi on shoot mass, total inflorescence mass, and allocation to flowering as measured at the end of the experiment.

Figure S3. The degree of pitching over for each population category.

Figure S4. The effects of inoculation with AM fungi on the proportion of dead or damaged leaves for drought-stressed plants.

Figure S5. A correlation of the best linear unbiased predictor for the average root diameter and specific root length for each population.

Table S1. The population location for each of the 32 populations of sunflowers used in this experiment.

Table S2. Average drought tolerance as measured by wilted leaves on the second day of drought period two is affected by plant size and allocation.

Table S3. Average drought tolerance as measured by wilted leaves on the second day of drought period two is affected by root structure.

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