### TABLE 1. Centers of hyperbolic components (see Appendix B for notation).

### Table 1: Character table of the group SL2(F5)

"... In PAGE 7: ... The group SL2(F5) has 9 conjugacy classes which we denote by e = I; B; C1; D1; D2; E1; E 1; F1 and F 1, and 9 irreducible characters f ig9 i=1 (following [8]). Its character table is given in Table1 below. The irreducible characters 2; 3; 5; 6 and 9 do not correspond to faithful representations because their B = I.... In PAGE 8: ... More properties of P SL2(Fq) for an odd prime q are summarized in Appendix A. Example 2 We construct an irreducible faithful representation of P SL2(F5) from the irreducible character 3 of SL2(F5) (in Table1 which has unfaithful constellation). The group P SL2(F5) has 5 conjugacy classes and 120=2 = 60 elements.... ..."

### Table 1. Double Bruhat decomposition and the twist maps for SL2

"... In PAGE 7: ...xample 1.8. Let G = SL2(C). Then W = S2 consists of two permutations: e and wo ;thusGis partitioned into four double Bruhat cells. Table1 shows the conditions under which a matrix x = x11 x12 x21 x22 with determinant 1 belongs to each of these cells, or to the corresponding totally positive variety Gu;v gt;0 . The table also shows the formulas de ning each twist map u;v.... ..."

### Table 5. Kinetic properties of CPT-11 and BP-CPT by rCE and hiCE

"... In PAGE 8: ... Because the active moiety of both CPT-11 and BP- CPT is SN-38, the growth inhibition experiments suggest that more CPT-11 than BP-CPT is converted to SN-38 by rCE. To confirm these results, the Km of CPT-11 and BP- CPT for rCE and the efficiency of SN-38 production from each prodrug by rCE were determined ( Table5 ). The Km values for CPT-11 and BP-CPT with rCE were 6.... In PAGE 8: ... Therefore, we also determined the Km and catalytic efficiency of BP-CPT with hiCE and hCE1. Data in Table5 show that the Km for hCE1 is gt;500 AM, suggesting that BP-CPT would not be considered a substrate for hCE1. As expected, the production of SN-38 by hCE1 in vitro, under ideal conditions, was only 75 pmol/h/mg CE protein.... ..."

### Table 2 - Self-consistent Mulliken atomic orbital pop-

"... In PAGE 11: ... The simplest analysis of the results can be made in terms of Mulliken atomic orbital populations and densities of states #28DOS#29 dia- grams. In Table2 we give the self-consistent orbital populations and charges for bulk and surface regions, noting that the formal valencies are C a+2 ,w +6 ,O ,2 . Consistent with our qualitative discussion above, we see that calcium is near its nominal ionic value, indicating the relatively weak and long-range nature of its inter- actions.... ..."

### Table 1. Orbits of Aut(C) on C.

"... In PAGE 4: ... Because C is nondegenerate, no zero functionals occur. Referring to Table1 , let , , denote the number of times the orbits ( ; u), (u; 2 ), (0; 2u), modulo signs (relevant for ( ; u) only), occur in the coordinate functionals of C. For any x 2 Rn, let s1(x) = jfi : xi = 1gj and s2(x) = jfi : xi = 2gj.... In PAGE 5: ...Let x = (0; e) and y = (e; 0); x has order 4, while y has order 2. A detailed examination of the orbits in Table1 reveals that s1(x) = 2l1+2l2?2 ; s2(x) = 2l1+l2?2(2l2?1 ? 1) + (2l1 ? 1)2l2?1 + 2l2?1 ; s2(y) = 2l1+l2?2(2l2 ? 1) + 2l1+l2?1 : From the constant weight conditions w(x) = w(2x) = w(y), it follows that s1(x) = 2s2(x) = s2(y). We then conclude that = and = 2 = 2 .... ..."

### Table 1 Numbers of LC Orbits

"... In PAGE 8: ...We have previously classified all self-dual additive codes over GF(4) of length up to 12 [7, 9], by classifying orbits of simple undirected graphs with respect to lo- cal complementation and graph isomorphism. In Table1 , the sequence (iLC n ) gives the number of LC orbits of connected graphs on n vertices, while (tLC n ) gives the total number of LC orbits of graphs on n vertices. A database containing one rep- resentative from each LC orbit is available at http://www.... ..."