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Fig. S1 Peptides identified in frass of fall armyworm (FAW, Spodoptera frugiperda) larvae fed two maize genotypes aligned to the RIP2 amino acid sequence.

Fig. S2 Immunoblot analysis of RIP2 in several maize inbreds and teosinte (Zea mays parviglumis and Zea mays mexicana).

Fig. S3 Systemic expression of RIP2 protein in maize leaves after larval feeding.

Fig. S4 Developmental expression of RIP2 protein in maize leaves after larval feeding.

Fig. S5 Effect of phytohormones (MeJA and ABA) on RIP2 protein expression in maize leaves. Ponceau S stained membranes showing the 55 kD Rubisco large subunit were the loading controls.

Fig. S6 The identified peptide sequences from two polypeptides of rRIP2 treated with papain-coated beads (Fig. 7, lane 2) were aligned to the RIP2 amino acid sequence.

nph12581-sup-0002-TableS1.xlsxapplication/msexcel19KTable S1 Maize proteins identified in frass of fall armyworm (FAW, Spodoptera frugiperda) larvae fed two different maize genotypes (Tx601 and Mp704)