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Studies on Sandal spike. II. Physiological significance of the disturbed iron balance in the spike disease of Sandal (Santalum album Linn.)



Studies on Sandal spike. II. Physiological significance of the disturbed iron balance in the spike disease of Sandal (Santalum album Linn.)



Proc. Indian Acad. Sci 55(2): 99-106



At For. Res. Lab., Bangalore, the level of phenolic bodies in the leaves of spiked and partly spiked plants was found to be significantly higher than in those of healthy plants, even when the advancing season causes a swift lowering of this level, aind to be correlated with the metabolism of the leaves. The 2nd paper notes that chlorosis in spiked leaves is caused by Fe deficiency, not resulting from a lack in the soil, but rather from the effects of the disease.

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