Supporting Information includes a photograph of a harvested wheat plant at the five-leaf stage (Figure S1) to show which leaves were used for the experiments, SEM micrographs of crystalline wax platelets on both sides of wheat leaves of different ages (Figure S2), a micrograph of damage in the wax layer of a wheat leaf of plant cultivated outdoors (Figure S3), and a diagram of the chemical composition of wheat wax of leaves of different ages (Figure S4).
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