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Summary

Repeated selection of plants with unusually severe symptoms after their inoculation by insect vectors which had been injected with dilute inoculum from crude extracts of a stock culture (O strain) of rice dwarf virus (RDV) resulted in the emergence of a severe isolate (S strain). Of the 12 segments of RDV RNA, the fourth largest RNA of the S strain had an apparent about 20000 larger than that of the corresponding segment of the O strain. The of the protein corresponding to the 43000 protein of the O strain, which is located on the outside of the outer capsid, was 44000 in the S strain. The implication of the differences in the RNA and protein components between the S and O strains is discussed.

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1987-12-01
2019-10-16
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