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Flexuous Rods and Vesicles in Leaf and Petiole Phloem of Little-Cherry Diseased Prunus spp.
An Unusual Type of Protection with the Carnation Mosaic Virus.
Degeneration of leaf cells resulting from starvation after excision. II. Correlation with water movement and effect on virus synthesis
Excised Nicotiana glutinosa leaves increased their transpiration rate during the first 24 h of detachment to 1.5 times the rate of attached control leaves. Thereafter, the transpiration rate…
Fine structure of inclusions and organelles in Vicia faba infected with bean yellow mosaic virus.
Electron microscopy of the bean and cowpea strains of southern bean mosaic virus within leaf cells.
A mitochondrial disease of leaf cells infected with an apple virus.
INTRACELLULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF BEAN YELLOW MOSAIC VIRUS-INDUCED INCLUSIONS BY DIFFERENTIAL ENZYME DIGESTION
It is demonstrated that the crystals and dense bands in cells of broad bean leaves infected with bean yellow mosaic virus are composed entirely or primarily of protein, but there is no evidence that they contain nucleic acid.
Identification of the constituents of southern bean mosaic virus in crystals of infected cells, and their distribution within the virion.
THE PROTEIN COMPOSITION OF NUCLEAR CRYSTALS IN LEAF CELLS
It was concluded that the Lychnis crystals are composed of protein that is probably high in aromatic amino acid content, and possibly low in the basic amino acids arginine and lysine, and the Dianthus crystals also seem to be protein, but because of their amino acid composition or conformation, andpossibly because of complex reactions with the fixative, these crystals are not readily hydrolyzed by pepsin and trypsin.