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SUMMARY

A French isolate of beet necrotic yellow vein virus has rod-shaped particles of four predominant lengths (85, 100, 265 and 390 nm), and a width of about 20 nm. Virus preparations yielded four nucleic acid components of apparent mol. wt. 2.3 × 10, 1.8 × 10, 0.7 × 10 and 0.6 × 10 respectively, and a single protein of mol. wt. 21000.

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