Diseases of medicinal and aromatic plants, their biological impact and management

@article{Singh2016DiseasesOM,
  title={Diseases of medicinal and aromatic plants, their biological impact and management},
  author={Akanksha Singh and Rupali Gupta and Shilpi Khare Saikia and Aakanksha Pant and Rakesh Pandey},
  journal={Plant Genetic Resources},
  year={2016},
  volume={14},
  pages={370 - 383}
}
Abstract With increasing interest in natural products of plant origin for medicinal and health care benefits there is added emphasis on the quality of the source raw material. In most cases the vegetative tissues and organs are the source of the required raw material. However, such tissues/organs may become infested/susceptible to many diseases causing deterioration of the quality of the desired economic product and loss of genetic resources. Considerable progress has been made with respect to… Expand
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