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tpj12192-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif3787KFigure S1. Kinβγ displays no β-subunit functionality.
tpj12192-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif34027KFigure S2. Maximum likelihood phylogeny of SNF4/AMPKγ and plant KINβγ FCD-Ia genes.
tpj12192-sup-0003-FigS3.docxWord document169KFigure S3. Alignment of the FCD of hybrid βγ proteins from 5 different plant species.
tpj12192-sup-0004-FigS4.docxWord document163KFigure S4. Alignment the FCD of hybrid βγ proteins (FCD-Ia) from 5 different plant species together with the human AMPKγ and yeast SNF4 protein sequences, highlighting conservation of the CBS motifs.
tpj12192-sup-0005-FigS5.docxWord document135KFigure S5. Alignment of the non-canonical γ-like FCD proteins with AMPKγ and SNF4 protein sequences.
tpj12192-sup-0006-FigS6.docxWord document159KFigure S6. Alignment of hybrid βγ proteins (FCD-Ia) from 5 different plant species with the non-canonical γ-like FCD proteins to identify conserved amino acids in the FCD-Ia proteins.
tpj12192-sup-0007-FigS7.tifimage/tif10469KFigure S7. In silico analysis of nucleotide binding using docking of AMP in the crystallized structure of AMPKγ1 and in optimized homology models of KINβγ and KINγ.
tpj12192-sup-0008-FigS8.tifimage/tif5809KFigure S8. The mutant kinγ line SALK_074554.
tpj12192-sup-0009-FigS9.jpgimage/jpg256KFigure S9. Wild type response of transient KIN10 over-expression in kinγ mutant mesophyll protoplasts.
tpj12192-sup-0010-FigS10.tifimage/tif17987KFigure S10. Expression of Arabidopsis canonical and non-canonical γ-subunit FCD genes throughout development.
tpj12192-sup-0011-FigS11.tifimage/tif23236KFigure S11. Bayesian phylogenetic tree of the carbohydrate binding domains of β-subunits, KINβγ, SEX4 and LSF1 homologs.
tpj12192-sup-0012-TableS1.docxWord document113KTable S1. Oligonucleotides used in this study.
tpj12192-sup-0013-Legends.docxWord document109K 

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