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SUMMARY

Small isometric virus-like particles have been detected in thin sections of phloem transfer cells of subterranean clover plants infected with subterranean clover red leaf virus (SCRLV). Virus-like particles similar in size and appearance but serologically distinct from those of potato leafroll virus, were also detected in purified preparations from SCRLV-infected plants. The morphology of the particles and their distribution in infected cells is consistent with SCRLV being a member of the luteovirus group, as previously suggested by its biological properties.

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