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Fig. S1 Expression of HSP90 and different domains of RPP4 protein in Nicotiana benthamiana leaves.

Fig. S2 The effect of temperature on rpp4 protein levels in Arabidopsis protoplast.

Fig. S3 The effect of hsp90 on rpp4 protein levels in Arabidopsis protoplast.

Fig. S4 Characterization of the intragenic suppressors of rpp4-1d Arabidopsis mutant.

Fig. S5 The mutated positions of the intragenic suppressors of rpp4-1d in RPP4 protein of Arabidopsis.

Fig. S6 RPP4 expression in rpp4-r25, rpp4-r26, rpp4-r27 and TIR-overexpressing Arabidopsis plants revealed by semi-quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR).

Fig. S7 Phenotypes of the rpp4-1d mos and rpp4-1d wrky70 double Arabidopsis mutants at 16°C.

Table S1 Gene-specific primers used in this study

Table S2 Comparison of morphological phenotypes of hsp90 Arabidopsis mutants