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Chemical composition of the leaves of American cotton (Gossypium hirsutum, Linn.) as influenced by red leaf disease

Chemical composition of the leaves of American cotton (Gossypium hirsutum, Linn.) as influenced by red leaf disease

Journal of the Indian Society for Cotton Improvement 9(2): 59-63

There was an abrupt decrease in the natural chlorophyll and N contents and an increase in the tannic acid content with increase in the red pigmented area of cotton leaves. In the red leaves, there was a decrease in pH of the cell sap and a slight increase in P content.

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