1887

Abstract

Summary

Some notable aspects of the ultrastructure of cells infected by pittosporum vein clearing virus are illustrated. Although the majority of the virions were bullet-shaped and did not exceed 240 nm in length some particles were unusually long reaching 1.5 µm. These particles were individually enveloped in membraneous tubules and occurred in the ground cytoplasm or in connection with cell wall outgrowths, whose formation they may elicit.

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1980-07-01
2019-10-13
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