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Figure S1. Evolution of leaf area of Brassica rapa plants infected by each of nine Cauliflower mosaic virus isolates.

Figure S2. Within-host accumulation of nine Cauliflower mosaic virus isolates in Brassica rapa at 28 days postinoculation.

Figure S3. Evolution over time of the virulence of Cauliflower mosaic virus infecting Brassica rapa.

Figure S4. Evolution over time of the transmission rate of Cauliflower mosaic virus infecting Brassica rapa.

Table S1. The country and host origins of field-collected Cauliflower mosaic virus isolates used in this study (Hull 1980).

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