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Preliminary note on the cause of the sieve-tube disease (phloem necrosis) of Liberian Coffee and its control


Preliminary note on the cause of the sieve-tube disease (phloem necrosis) of Liberian Coffee and its control



Meded, Landbouwproefstat. Suriname. 2: 12



Phloem necrosis of Liberian coffee bushes in Surinam has been found to be due to the dislocation of the food transport through the bast, the starch and fat (which in coffee leaves is normally formed along with starch as a result of assimilation) being retained in the parenchyma and medullary rays instead of undergoing the normal assimilatory processes.

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