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Latin name for the formation of band-like cross-sectional shapes in plants (also veining, Verbänderung, zigzagging). The causes of this genetic disorder are damage caused by virus and bacteria, especially by these spent in the plants fungal infections. mite infestation as well as chemicals and spontaneous mutation, The affected plants or plant parts are usually called comb forms or cristata. This growth abnormality manifests itself in Rebstock by broadening and flattening shoots, as if several juxtaposed shoots had grown together. Among other things, it is a typical symptom of brushwood disease, See also below Vine enemies,

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