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pbi12086-sup-0001-FigureS1.TIFimage/tif2559KFigure S1 Nucleotide sequence of MusaPIP1;2 cDNA together with its predicted amino acid sequence.
pbi12086-sup-0002-FigureS2.TIFimage/tif2286KFigure S2 Alignment of MusaPIP1;2 protein sequence with sequences for Oryza sativa (Q7XSQ9), Zea mays (ACG37183), Ananas comosus (ACB56912), Saccharum officinarum (ACC59097), Elaeis guineensis (ACB45460).
pbi12086-sup-0003-FigureS3.TIFimage/tif641KFigure S3 Phylogenetic associations of MusaPIP1;2 with other related PIP sequences.
pbi12086-sup-0004-FigureS4.TIFimage/tif2785KFigure S4 Cellular localization of MusaPIP1;2 in banana cv. Rasthali embryogenic cells.
pbi12086-sup-0005-FigureS5.TIFimage/tif5922KFigure S5 Detached leaf stress assay of Ubi-MusaPIP1;2 transgenic plants.
pbi12086-sup-0006-FigureS6.TIFimage/tif9277KFigure S6 Generation of transgenic banana plants transformed with a inducible MusaPIP1;2 expression vector Dhn-MusaPIP1;2.
pbi12086-sup-0007-FigureS7.TIFimage/tif5911KFigure S7 Detached leaf stress assay of Dhn-MusaPIP1;2 transgenic plants.
pbi12086-sup-0008-TableS1.docWord document37KTable S1 Primers used in the present study.

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