The synthesis and possible functions of virus-induced proteins in plants.


Plants reacting hypersensitively to virus infection accumulate proteins that exert their activity in the cytoplasm, the cell wall or the intercellular space of the leaf. The function of a number of these proteins is described and the expression and structure of genes encoding the extracellular proteins is discussed. 


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