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pbi12013-sup-0001-FigS1.pptapplication/148KFigure S1 Levels of gossypol in pooled, kernel samples obtained from 12–15 mature seeds, each from nontransgenic Coker 312 plants and the transgenic lines (66-49B and 66-81) grown under greenhouse conditions.
pbi12013-sup-0002-FigS2.pptapplication/189KFigure S2 Average yields for fibre (A) and seed (B) for nontransgenic Coker 312 plants and the transgenic lines (66-49B and 66-81) grown under greenhouse conditions.
pbi12013-sup-0003-FigS3.pptapplication/211KFigure S3 Fibre quality parameters (MIC: micronaire; STR: strength; UHM: upper half mean length; UI: uniformity index; ELO: elongation) as measured by USTER® HVI for samples derived from nontransgenic Coker 312 plants and the transgenic lines (66-49B and 66-81) grown under greenhouse conditions.
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Table S1 Levels (μg/mg dry weight) of gossypol and related terpenoids [Mean (±SE), n = 3] in different tissues of greenhouse-grown cotton plants.

Table S2 Proximate, fiber and gossypol composition of cottonseeds (dry weight basis) obtained from non-transgenic Coker 312 plants and the transgenic lines (66-49B and 66-81) grown in the field in 2009.

Table S3 Fatty acid composition (%) of cottonseeds (fresh weight basis) obtained from non-transgenic Coker 312 plants and the transgenic lines (66-49B and 66-81) grown in the field in 2009.

Table S4 Amino acid composition (mg/g) of cottonseeds (dry weight basis) obtained from non-transgenic Coker 312 plants and the transgenic lines (66-49B and 66-81) grown in the field in 2009.

Table S5 Mineral composition (ppm) of cottonseeds (dry weight basis) obtained from non-transgenic Coker 312 plants and the transgenic lines (66-49B and 66-81) grown in the field in 2009.

Table S6 Precipitation and number of cloudy days in 2009, 2010 and 2011 growing seasons (www.srh.noaa.gov).

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