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Distribution pattern of heavy metals in coconut crown under root wilt diseased and healthy conditions



Distribution pattern of heavy metals in coconut crown under root wilt diseased and healthy conditions



Journal of Plantation Crops 12(2): 133-139



The heavy metal contents in the coconut crown were evaluated both in root (wilt) diseased and healthy coconut palms. The concentration of Cr, Pb, Ba, Bi, Ga, Sr and Li were significantly higher in the diseased palms. The localization and translocation of heavy metals in different leaf positions are primarily dependent on nature of the metal ion itself.

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