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Fig. S1 Established controls for the rye B.

Fig. S2 Mobile element distribution on rye A and B chromosomes.

Fig. S3 Chromosomal distribution of rye B-enriched tandem repeat sequences.

Fig. S4 B-enriched marker sequences visualized on pachytene chromosomes.

Fig. S5 Visualization of clusters Sc9, Sc11 and Sc21.

Fig. S6 B-enriched sequences are present in evolutionarily older Secale species.

Fig. S7 Replication analysis of mitotic cells of rye +Bs.

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Table S1 Primers used for RT-PCR and for the generation of FISH probes

Table S2 Repeat proportions as detected in the different sequencing data sets

nph12289-sup-0003-MovieS1.mp4MPEG-4 video13489KMovie S1 Rotation animation of the 3D visualization graph of cluster Sc9 (important sequences on the graphs have been highlighted in color; see also Fig. S5A).
nph12289-sup-0004-MovieS2.mp4MPEG-4 video6356KMovie S2 Rotation animation of the 3D visualization graph of cluster Sc11 (important sequences on the graphs have been highlighted in color; see also Fig. S5B.)
nph12289-sup-0005-MovieS3.mp4MPEG-4 video3434KMovie S3 Rotation animation of the 3D visualization graph of cluster Sc21 (important sequences on the graphs have been highlighted in color; see also Fig. S5C.)

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