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Ultrastructure and Cell Wall Thickness Modification and Its Detection After Chemical Treatments in Huanglongbing Infected Citrus Plants

By Hajivand Shokrollah, Thohirah Lee Abdullah and Kamaruzaman Sijam

Submitted: May 1st 2011Reviewed: September 18th 2011Published: April 4th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/34370

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Hajivand Shokrollah, Thohirah Lee Abdullah and Kamaruzaman Sijam (April 4th 2012). Ultrastructure and Cell Wall Thickness Modification and Its Detection After Chemical Treatments in Huanglongbing Infected Citrus Plants, The Transmission Electron Microscope, Khan Maaz, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/34370. Available from:

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