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tpj12074-sup-0001-FigS1.jpgimage/jpg63KFigure S1. Rootward auxin transport is compromised in the exo70A1-1 mutant, but not in the GFP:EXO70A1-complemented exo70A1-2 mutant.
tpj12074-sup-0002-FigS2.jpgimage/jpg312KFigure S2. Quantitative analysis of auxin response distribution in exo70A1 roots after local application of IAA.
tpj12074-sup-0003-FigS3.jpgimage/jpg235KFigure S3. Root epidermal cells of exo70A1-1 retain PIN2:GFP in abnormally expanded endomembrane compartments and exhibit a recycling defect in PIN2:GFP.
tpj12074-sup-0004-FigS4.jpgimage/jpg631KFigure S4. Impaired recycling of PIN1 and PIN2 from brefeldin-A compartments to the plasma membrane, as visualized by immunolabelling in exo70A1-2 mutants.
tpj12074-sup-0005-FigS5.jpgimage/jpg214KFigure S5. Impaired recycling of PIN1 and PIN2 from brefeldin-A compartments to the plasma membrane, as visualized by FM4-64 dye staining in exo70A1-2 mutants.
tpj12074-sup-0006-FigS6.jpgimage/jpg530KFigure S6. GFP:EXO70A1 expression complements the EXO70A1 mutation.
tpj12074-sup-0007-TableS1.docWord document70KTable S1. Number of analysed plants and cells and percentage of affected cells in brefeldin-A experiments.
tpj12074-sup-0008-Supporting Information legends.docWord document34K 

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