jpy12127-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF43KFigure S1. Data are the same as presented in Figure 1. Bars show the difference between cellular accumulation of strong oxidants in wounded tissue and sham-wounded tissue 70 min after wounding, i.e., the amount of cellular strong oxidants that can be attributed to wounding (mean ± SE; n = 4 or 5). Letters denote post-hoc comparisons between species, where bars that share a letter are not significantly different (P < 0.05).
jpy12127-sup-0002-TableS1-S3.docxWord document15KTable S1. Results of t-test comparisons of wounded vs. sham wounded tissue. Table S2. Results of one sample t-test comparisons of sham wounded tissue to zero. Table S3. Comparison of the Antarctic macroalgal oxidative wound response to oxidative responses of other macroalgae.

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