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Dhakshinamoorthy S, Mariama K, Elsen A, De Waele D.  2014.  Phenols and lignin are involved in the defence response of banana (Musa) plants to Radopholus similis infection. Nematology. 16:565–576.
Kema G., Garcia F.A..  2014.  Phenotyping Banana Germplasm with Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cubense Tropical Race 4.
Hölscher D, Buerkert A, Schneider B.  2016.  Phenylphenalenones Accumulate in Plant Tissues of Two Banana Cultivars in Response to Herbivory by the Banana Weevil and Banana Stem Weevil. Plants. 5:34.
Hidalgo W, Chandran JN, Menezes RC, Otálvaro F, Schneider B.  2016.  Phenylphenalenones protect banana plants from infection by Mycosphaerella fijiensis and are deactivated by metabolic conversion. Plant, cell & environment. 39:492–513.
Doleżelová M, Valárik M, Swennen R, Horry JP, Doleżel J.  1998.  Physical mapping of the 18S-25S and 5S ribosomal RNA genes in diploid bananas. Biologia Plantarum. 41:497–505.
Dépigny S, Tchotang F, Talla M, Fofack D, Essomé D, Ebongué J-P, Kengni B, Lescot T.  2018.  The ‘Plantain-Optim’dataset: Agronomic traits of 405 plantains every 15 days from planting to harvest. Data in brief. 17:671–680.
Christelová P, Valárik M, Hřibová E, Van den Houwe I, Channelière S, Roux N, Doležel J.  2011.  A platform for efficient genotyping in Musa using microsatellite markers.. AoB Plants. 2011:plr024.
Nsabimana A, Van Staden J.  2006.  Ploidy investigation of bananas (Musa spp.) from the National Banana Germplasm Collection at Rubona–Rwanda by flow cytometry. South African Journal of Botany. 72:302–305.
Wuyts N, Lognay G, Verscheure M, Marlier M, De Waele D, Swennen R.  2007.  Potential physical and chemical barriers to infection by the burrowing nematode Radopholus similis in roots of susceptible and resistant banana (Musa spp.). Plant Pathology. 56:878–890.
Rodríguez-Romero ASue.  2004.  Potential use of rhizobacteria from the Bacillus genus to stimulate the plant growth of micropropagated bananas. Fruits. 59:83–90.
Santos J-RUclés, Bakry F, Brillouet J-M.  2010.  A preliminary chemotaxonomic study on the condensed tannins of green banana flesh in the Musa genus. Biochemical systematics and ecology. 38:1010–1017.
Quénéhervé P, Luce SMarie, Barout B, Grosdemange F.  2006.  A premature varietal screening technique of banana trees towards phytoparasitic nematodes. Nematology. 8:147–152.
Ekesa B, Nabuuma D, Blomme G, Van den Bergh I.  2015.  Provitamin A carotenoid content of unripe and ripe banana cultivars for potential adoption in eastern Africa. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis. 43:1–6.