Marcin Chouda

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Tobraviruses, like other (+) stranded RNA viruses of plants, replicate their genome in cytoplasm and use such usual membranous structures like endoplasmic reticulum. Based on the ultrastructural examination of Tobacco rattle virus (TRV)-infected potato and tobacco leaf tissues, in this work we provide evidence of the participation of not only the membranous(More)
The studies focus on an ultrastructural analysis of the phenomenon of intercellular and systemic (vascular) transport of tobacco rattle virus (TRV) in tissues of the infected plants. TRV is a dangerous pathogen of cultivated and ornamental plants due to its wide range of plant hosts and continuous transmission by vectors—ectoparasitic nematodes. Two weeks(More)
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