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Fig. S1 PLDβ1 expression pattern.

Fig. S2 PLDβ1 expression in Arabidopsis leaves induced by Botrytis cinerea infection in Col-0 and PLDβ1 mutants.

Fig. S3 Salicylic acid in pathogen-inoculated Arabidopsis leaves.

Fig. S4 Bacterial infection-induced defense gene expression in wild-type and pldβ1-1 Arabidopsis leaves.

Fig. S5 Defense-related gene expression induced by Botrytis cinerea infection in Arabidopsis Col-0 and PLDβ1 mutants.

Fig. S6 H2O2 quantification in Pst DC3000 (avrRpt2)-infected Arabidopsis leaves.

Fig. S7 Profiling of phosphotidic acid species in Col-0, pldβ1-1, and pldβ1-1 complemented Arabidopsis plants inoculated with control solutions (-C) or with pathogens (-T).

Fig. S8 Profiling of PC and PE species in Col-0, pldβ1-1, and pldβ1-COM Arabidopsis plants inoculated with control solutions (-C) or with pathogens (-T).

Fig. S9. Profiling of LPG species from Arabidopsis leaves of Col-0, pldβ1-1, and pldβ1-COM plants with and without inoculation of B. cinerea, Pst DC3000, or avirulent Pst DC3000 (avrRpt2).

Table S1 Real-time PCR primers