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Fig. S1 Pedigree of the DA22 RIL.

Fig. S2 Pedigree of the DC18 RIL.

Fig. S3 The RSB phenotype of NILs DC18-15-19 and DC18-15-33 under different environmental conditions.

Fig. S4 Complementation tests of T2 plants (DCA40 background) transformed with An-prom and Col-prom constructs.

Table S1 Genetic correlations between RSB phenotype and flowering time in the AMPRIL population

Table S2 Pairwise interactions among the QTLs identified in the DCAn BCF2 population

Table S3 Pairwise interactions among the QTLs identified in the DCC24 BCF2 population

Table S4 Pairwise interactions among the QTLs identified in the DAC24 BCF2 population

Table S5 Pairwise interactions among the QTLs identified in the DAKyo BCF2 population

Table S6 Pairwise interactions among the QTLs identified in the DCLer BCF2 population

Table S7 The genotype of plants used in this study at the RSB QTL region

Table S8 A list of sequence changes specific for C24 compared with Col, An and Ler in the promoter region of FT

Table S9 PCR primers used in this study

Table S10 Primers used for amplicon library preparation in dCARE

Table S11 Markers that showed significant association with the RSB value in different BC2F2 populations