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Fig. S1 Gene expression stability and pairwise variation of the candidate reference genes.

Fig. S2 Zn deficiency depressed plant growth.

Fig. S3 Similarity of sequences among miRNA members.

Fig. S4 Sequences of predicted target genes.

Fig. S5 Potential metal-responsive motifs in the promoters of Zn deficiency- responsive miRNAs.

Fig. S6 Enzyme activities of SOD, ADH and CA in Sorghum leaves.

Fig. S7 Potential regulatory network for Zn-responsive miRNAs.

nph12434-sup-0002-MethodsS1.docWord document63KMethods S1 Supplemental materials and methods.
nph12434-sup-0003-TableS1.docWord document178KTable S1 Primers used for RT-PCR analysis of the genes.
nph12434-sup-0004-TableS2.xlsapplication/msexcel56KTable S2 Zn deficiency-responsive miRNAs in the roots
nph12434-sup-0005-TableS3.xlsapplication/msexcel31KTable S3 Zn deficiency-responsive miRNAs in the leaves
nph12434-sup-0006-TableS4.docWord document148KTable S4 Zn deficiency-responsive miRNA families and members