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Studies on the physiology of virus disease of bhendi plant

, : Studies on the physiology of virus disease of bhendi plant. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 1974; 11(1): 65-68

Okra plants of the susceptible Kilichundan infected with yellow vein mosaic virus contained less total sugars in the leaves, stems and roots than healthy plants.


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