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Symptomatological and histopathological observations on oil palms from Brazil and Ecuador affected by fatal yellowing


, : Symptomatological and histopathological observations on oil palms from Brazil and Ecuador affected by fatal yellowing. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 96(2): 113-117

Fatal yellowing of oil palms from Brazil and Ecuador is characterized by a chlorosis of the young unfolded leaves and a decay of spear leaves. Contrary to healthy-looking palms, diseased palms do not have roots with soft and white tips.

Accession: 001962205

DOI: 10.1007/bf02005135

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