tpj12078-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifimage/tif7873KFigure S1. Relative expression levels of PP2A-C genes.
tpj12078-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifimage/tif983KFigure S2. PP2A-C3 and -C4 expression in wild type and mutant plants.
tpj12078-sup-0003-FigureS3.tifimage/tif2153KFigure S3. The ABA sensitivity of pp2a-c2 seeds.
tpj12078-sup-0004-FigureS4.tifimage/tif49666KFigure S4. Complementation of the c3c4 mutant phenotype.
tpj12078-sup-0005-FigureS5.tifimage/tif76310KFigure S5. Silique and seed phenotype of c3, c4, c3 c4/+ and c3/+ c4 mutants.
tpj12078-sup-0006-FigureS6.tifimage/tif83838KFigure S6. The PP2A-C3 and PP2A-C4 genes are essential for initiation of the root apical meristem during embryogenesis.
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Table S1. Seed set in mature siliques.

Table S2. Primers used to identify homozygous T-DNA pp2a-c mutants.

Table S3. Primers used for RT-PCR characterization of c3 and c4 mutants.

Table S4. Primers and Universal ProbeLibrary probes (Roche) used to perform quantitative RT-PCR.

Table S5. Primers used to generate the complementation construct used in this work.

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