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Brown pig ments develop in the dying cells of vascular tissues and nec rosis and proliferation of cells occur in the phloem, resulting in an irregular arrangement of elements in the vascular bundles. Early investigations reported by Menon (1963) indicated that the disease could be mechanically transmitted by sap and by grafting from infected to healthy arecanut and other hosts, as well as through the soil. In light of current information on MLO diseases, however, further investigation is needed to corroborate these findings before conclusions are warranted.