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Identification of biochemical constituents in the phloem sap from root (wilt) diseased and apparently healthy coconut palms



Identification of biochemical constituents in the phloem sap from root (wilt) diseased and apparently healthy coconut palms



Plant Physiology and Biochemistry New Delhi 18(1): 21-25



The concn of arginine, aspartic acid, tyrosine, glucose and galactose were higher in phloem sap from inflorescences of diseased palms than in sap of apparently healthy palms. All the constituents showed only quantitative differences between the palms.

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