Some conditions affecting the intracellular arrangement and concentration of tobacco mosaic virus particles in local lesions.

@article{Weintraub1967SomeCA,
  title={Some conditions affecting the intracellular arrangement and concentration of tobacco mosaic virus particles in local lesions.},
  author={M Weintraub and H. W. J. Ragetli and V T John},
  journal={The Journal of cell biology},
  year={1967},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={183-92}
}
  • M Weintraub, H. W. J. Ragetli, V T John
  • Published 1967 in The Journal of cell biology
Tobacco mosaic virus particles were found in small packets and in small numbers, with the electron microscope, in necrotic leaf cells of Nicotiana glutinosa when the samples were fixed in glutaraldehyde and postfixed in OsO(4), and the sections were stained with heavy metals. The numbers and size of the virus packets were increased greatly when the leaves were detached from the plant after inoculation Assay of concentration showed that detachment resulted in a 30-fold increase of virus. A… CONTINUE READING