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Fig. S1 Boxplot showing distribution of RPKM of all TAIR10 protein-coding genes (sense) and their antisense transcripts in four samples investigated in this study.

Fig. S2 Read density across the region containing At1g13607, At1g13608 and At1g13609, and exon–exon junction reads from transcripts antisense to At1g13609.

Fig. S4 Expression level of transcriptionally active regions in RNAi lines.

Fig. S5 The genomic organization and read density of the co-induced features in a c. 10 kb region.

nph12537-sup-0002-FigS3.docWord document36KFig. S3 Sequences of the lncNATs from the region containing At1g13607, At1g13608 and At1g13609, and sequences of TARs responsive to F. oxysporum infection.
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Table S1 Primers used in this study

Table S2 AGI genes with F. oxysporum-responsive long noncoding natural antisense transcript (lncNAT)

Table S3 Novel TARs antisense to their adjacent AGI genes

Table S4 Novel intergenic TARs