Reports

Cylindrical Inclusions in the Cytoplasm of Leaf Cells Infected with Tobacco Etch Virus

Science  19 Aug 1966:
Vol. 153, Issue 3738, pp. 883-884
DOI: 10.1126/science.153.3738.883

Abstract

Combined tracings from electron micrographs of serial sections of leaf tissue infected with tobacco etch virus show that one type of cytoplasmic inclusion, when sectioned in different planes, can produce configurations which have been interpreted as being two distinct types of inclusion bodies.

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