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Figure S1. Transverse sections (60 μm) of a Pinus radiata stem stained with tetramethylbenzidine (TMB), exhibiting the sites where phenol oxidase activities were detected before (left) and after (right) heat treatment (85°C for 1 h).

Figure S2. A close comparison of labeled and unlabeled sections of Pinus radiata stem at identical exposure showing the contribution of autofluorescence.

Figure S3. Arabidopsis thaliana protoplast cells treated with (left) and without (right) NBD-tagged monolignol (3G, 50 μm for 4 h).

Data S1. NMR spectra of synthetic compounds.

Appendix S1. Synthetic procedures.

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