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Figure S1. Effect of As(III) on root cell length. Three-day-old seedlings were transferred to plates containing arsenite (0 or 12 μm) and after 4 d, seedlings were stained with toluidine blue and observed under a microscope. Cell length was measured in the root elongation zone. Values indicate means ± SE (n = 30). Means marked with different letters indicate significant differences at 5% alpha.

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Figure S2. As(III) concentration in plant tissues 24 h after treatment in WT and aux1, As(III) concentration is shown in fresh weight basis. Three-day-old seedlings were transferred to plates containing arsenite (12 μm) and after 30 h tissue samples were collected and analysed for total arsenic using atomic absorption spectrophotometer. Values indicate means ± SE (n = 3) for three replicates. Ten seedlings/replicate were pooled for analysis. Means marked with different letters indicate significant differences at 5% alpha.

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