Cacao diseases-the trilogy revisited.

  title={Cacao diseases-the trilogy revisited.},
  author={Harry C. Evans},
  volume={97 12},
ABSTRACT This paper reviews the significant advances by the diseases themselves, as well as by the scientists, in the intervening period since the disease trilogy was first delimited in 1989. The impact of these diseases, black pod, witches' broom, and frosty pod rot, has increased dramatically. In addition, there have been radical changes in the taxonomic profiles of these pathogens, which have been based on both traditional (morphological, cytological) and modern (molecular) approaches. Black… CONTINUE READING
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