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Studies on phloem sap collection from healthy and root (wilt) diseased coconut palms (Cocos nucifera L.)



Studies on phloem sap collection from healthy and root (wilt) diseased coconut palms (Cocos nucifera L.)



Plant Physiology and Biochemistry New Delhi 16(1): 52-56



In palms with root (wilt) disease sap flow was reduced and occurred over a restricted period. There were differences between healthy and diseased palms in the day and night collection of sap and in its chemical composition.

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