Figure S1. RT-PCR analysis of RPF5 transcripts in the SALK 113142 mutant.

Figure S2. Complementation studies of the rpf5-1 mutant.

Figure S3. Sequence analysis of the CR-RT-PCR product covering the 26S rRNA precursor.

Figure S4. Identification of a truncated 3′ terminus of 26S rRNA.

Figure S5. Mapping of the 5′ end of the atp9 precursor transcript.

Figure S6. CR-RT-PCR analysis of mitochondrial transcripts from rpf5–1 and wild type (Col).

Figure S7. 5′ end mapping of an atp6-2 transcript.

Figure S8. Two-dimensional separation of total mitochondrial protein from the rpf5-1 mutant and Col wild type.

Figure S9. Alignment of Arabidopsis sequences conserved at nad6, 26S rRNA and atp9 processing sites, with corresponding sequences from other species.

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