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Diseases of Peace lily [Spathiphyllum sp.] caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses: A review

  title={Diseases of Peace lily [Spathiphyllum sp.] caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses: A review},
  author={Katakam Mounika and Birendranath Panja and Jayanta Kumar Saha},
  journal={The Pharma Innovation Journal},
Spathiphyllum is an important ornamental houseplant genera. They are known for their attractive flowers as well as for their ability to remove indoor air toxins. These plants are commonly attacked by different biotic agents leading to various diseases as recorded from different parts of the world including India. Relevant comprehensive compilations based on several research and literature findings of those diseases are made to present the significant importance of each and every disease in… 

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