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Fig. S1 Morphology of the low-iron-sensitive mutant of Arabidopsis.

Fig. S2 Map-based cloning of the mutation gene of the low-iron-sensitive mutant (med16-4) of Arabidopsis and the affection of the mutation on MED16 expression.

Fig. S3 Subcellular localization of Arabidopsis MED16.

Fig. S4 Characterization of the yeast MED16/SIN4-knocking out mutant.

Fig. S5 Observation of FIT/bHLH38 heterodimer formation in mesophyll cells of the med16-3 mutant of Arabidopsis and its wild-type.

Fig. S6 Characterization of the med16 mutants (med16-3ox29/38 and med16-5ox29/38) of Arabidopsis in the genetic background of ox29/38.

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Table S1 Primers used in this study

Table S2 Genes that respond to Fe deficiency in wild-type downregulated in roots of the med16 mutant of Arabidopsis

Table S3 Genes that respond to Fe deficiency in wild-type downregulated in shoots of the med16 mutant of Arabidopsis