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Fig. S1 Schematic illustration of the domain structures of the native Arabidopsis phytochrome proteins and chimeric PHYC, D and E N-terminal fusion proteins used in this study.

Fig. S2 Immunoblot analysis of the expression level of the various PHYC-YFP fusion proteins compared with the native phyC in Ws wild-type.

Fig. S3 Intracellular localization of the various PHYC-YFP fusion proteins determined in transgenic phyC/phyD seedlings.

Fig. S4 Immunoblot analysis of the expression level of the various PHYD-YFP fusion proteins compared with the native phyD in Ler wild-type seedlings.

Fig. S5 Intracellular localization of the various PHYD-YFP fusion proteins determined in transgenic phyA/phyB/phyD seedlings.

Fig. S6 Immunoblot analysis of the expression level of the various PHYE-YFP fusion proteins compared with the native phyE in Ler wild-type seedlings.

Fig. S7 Intracellular localization of the various PHYE-YFP fusion proteins determined in transgenic phyA/phyB/phyE seedlings.

Fig. S8 PHYE regulates red light-induced gene repression.

Table S1 Oligonucleotides used in this study

Table S2 Summary of the generated transgenic lines and references to the mutant backgrounds used

Table S3 Comparison of endogenous and transgenic PHYC, PHYD and PHYE protein levels in etiolated seedlings calculated on immunoblot assays

Table S4 Red light-dependent formation of nuclear bodies