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SUMMARY

The best conditions found for infection of tobacco mesophyll protoplasts with alfalfa mosaic virus () were pH 5.2, 2.5 μg/ml virus and 1 μg/ml poly--ornithine. Newly synthesized virus could be detected 15 h after inoculation and the virus concentration reached an estimated 10 to 10 particles per infected protoplast 2 days after inoculation.

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