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Studies on the nitrogen metabolism of cowpea leaves infected with southern bean mosaic virus



Studies on the nitrogen metabolism of cowpea leaves infected with southern bean mosaic virus



Acta Botanica Indica 6(Supplement): 213-214



The contents of total N, nitrate-N, nitrite-N and protein were higher in cowpea leaves infected with southern bean mosaic virus than in healthy leaves.

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