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Table S1 Sequences of adaptors, preselective and selective primers used in this study

Table S2 Mean number of loci in the various diploid and tetraploid Aegilops species

Table S3 Multiple comparisons of proportions of new bands, and ratio between the proportions of lost bands and new bands in the different Aegilops polyploids

Table S4 Proportions of lost bands originating from the differential vs the pivotal genome of each Aegilops tetraploid species

Notes S1 Structure of genome-wide loci and TE genome fractions among four diploid and allotetraploid Aegilops species.