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Association of a mycoplasma-like organism with pigeonpea phyllody

Association of a mycoplasma-like organism with pigeonpea phyllody

Current Science, India 56(1): 29-30

Incidence of the disease has increased considerably in most pigeon pea growing areas in Karnataka. Mycoplasmalike bodies (60-300 nm diam.) were present in sieve tubes of phloem tissue of infected plants.

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