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The phospholipids metabolism has been known to play an impor tant role in both animals and plants. In plants, phospholipase D (PLD) has been suggested to be involved in many plant cellular processes, such as signaling for stress and hormone responses. Plant PLDs are a family of heterologous enzymes and 12 PLD genes in arabidopsis and 17 ones in rice were repor ted. They can be classified into several types based on their gene architectures, sequence similarities, domain structures, anddoi:10.5650/oleoscience.13.471 fatcat:yvymiurmwza4tir6rpztjksqja