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Fig. S1 miR169 sequences and NF-YA family tree.

Fig. S2 MIM169abc have no particular root phenotype.

Fig. S3 The sequestration of miR169defg isoform affects primary root length.

Fig. S4 MIM169defg have smaller cortex cells and fewer cells in other files when compared with WT.

Fig. S5 Expression of NF-YA genes and miR169 in different organs.

Fig. S6 miR169 isoforms accumulation in MIMabc and MIM169defg plants.

Fig. S7 Accumulation of miR169 in 35s:miR169a and 35S:miR169d transgenic lines.

Fig. S8 Root phenotype of over expressing lines (OE) for miR169a and miR169d.

Fig. S9 Diagram of GFP-NF-YA reporter constructs.

Fig. S10 miR169 and miR390b accumulation in agroinfiltrated N. benthamiana leaves.

Fig. S11 35S:NF-YA2 Arabidopsis lines have a dramatic developmental phenotype.

Fig. S12 Root phenotypes of WT and pNF-YA2:HA-NF-YA2wt lines.

Fig. S13 NF-YA2 overexpression does not modify auxin responsive gene expression in a lateral root induction system.

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Table S1 Primer sequences for cloning

Table S2 AGI numbers of genes and primers sequences for qPCR and RT