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Figure S1. Expression analysis of IAA genes in melon.

Figure S2. Expression analysis of IAA genes in Arabidopsis thaliana.

Figure S3. Micro-grafting experiments performed with a dominant iaa14 mutant, slr-1.

Figure S4. Grafting studies performed between Arabidopsis thaliana and Nicotiana benthamiana.

Figure S5. Analysis of the iaa18;iaa28 double knock-out mutant.

Figure S6. Y-shaped grafting studies performed using the diaa18 mutant.

Figure S7. I-shaped grafting studies of the diaa18 mutant.

Figure S8. Nutrient deficiency does not down-regulate IAA18 or IAA28 expression nor alter long-distance movement of diaa8 and IAA28 transcripts.

Figure S9. Reporter system to visualize transcripts based on fluorescent proteins.

Figure S10. Evolutionary tree focusing on IAA18, IAA26 and IAA28 gene families.

Table S1. Transcript distribution analysis in phloem sap compared to vascular tissues for cucumber, watermelon, and pumpkin Aux/IAA gene family members.

Table S2. Statistical analyses for results presented in Figure 3B.

Table S3. Statistical analyses for results presented in Figure S7B.

Table S4. Statistical analyses for results presented in Figure 3C.

Table S5. PCR primers used in this study.

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