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Characterization and Expression of Phospholipase D Putatively Involved in Colletotrichum musae Disease Development of Postharvest Banana Fruit
Phospholipase D (PLD) in plants plays an important role in growth, development, and stress response. The effect of hexanal on PLD in banana fruit responding to Colletotrichum musae infection remains poorly understood. In this study, four putative PLD genes, named as MaPLD1, MaPLD2, MaPLD3, and MaPLD4 were identified from banana fruit. The four MaPLDs can be classified into three of the seven known PLD families according to sequence characterization. Their deduced amino acid sequences displayeddoi:10.3390/horticulturae8040312 fatcat:5n3fktarivbtpjkcwvty5cu6p4