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Physiological changes in Phyllanthus emblica Linn. due to infection of Ravenelia emblicae Syd: mineral contents

, : Physiological changes in Phyllanthus emblica Linn. due to infection of Ravenelia emblicae Syd: mineral contents. Indian Botanical Reporter 8(1): 83-84

Healthy and rust-infected leaves of P. emblica were collected from Panhala Forest, Kolhapur. Leaves were acid digested and the levels of inorganic constituents were estimated. Phosphorus, iron and potassium levels were decreased in leaves infected by R. emblicae whilst levels of magnesium, sodium, calcium and manganese were considerably increased.

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