Electron Microscopy for the Identification of Plant Viruses in in Vitro Preparations

@inproceedings{Milne1984ElectronMF,
  title={Electron Microscopy for the Identification of Plant Viruses in in Vitro Preparations},
  author={Robert G. Milne},
  year={1984}
}
Publisher Summary Electron microscopy of in vitro preparations is used on a large scale in diagnosis, screening, and taxonomy of plant viruses and as a backup to other approaches, such as serology and symptomatology. Nevertheless, there is no recent review of the methods involved, directed at the plant virologist. It must also be said that as microscopes have improved and are, therefore, left increasingly in the hands of assistants or of virologists who dabble in microscopy (as opposed to… CONTINUE READING

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