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Electron microscopy of leaf sections from Kerala wilt diseased coconut palms



Electron microscopy of leaf sections from Kerala wilt diseased coconut palms



Journal of Plantation Crops 5(1): 20-22



Two types of submicroscopical particles were found, one being the commonly encountered phytoferritin which forms characteristic accumulations in diseased leaves while the other represented virus-like particles.

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