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Tobacco leaf mesophyll cells infected with tobacco mosaic virus were freeze-etched. Virus particles frequently fractured during the freeze-etching process and the implications of this observation are discussed. Freeze-etching is useful in investigations of the fine structure of virus-infected leaf cells and the general application of freeze-etching as an ancillary preparative technique to that of thin sectioning for the study of virus-infected cells is outlined.

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1969-03-01
2019-11-17
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