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Modifications of the cytoplasmic ultrastructure of leaf cells of cherry and raspberry infected by raspberry ringspot virus


  • Rassel, A. & Maroquin, C. (1977). Modifications of the cytoplasmic ultrastructure of leaf cells of cherry and raspberry infected by raspberry ringspot virus. Parasitica, 33: (4),
Type Journal Article
Year 1977
Title Modifications of the cytoplasmic ultrastructure of leaf cells of cherry and raspberry infected by raspberry ringspot virus
Journal Parasitica
Recnumber 96
Volume 33
Issue 4
Endnote Keywords cherries|raspberries|cytoplasmic inclusions|fruit crops|plant pathology|raspberry ringspot virus|
Abstract On comparing an isolate from cherry with raspberry ringspot virus symptoms and one from raspberry with virus symptoms the latter was found to be infected by the same virus. In the electron microscope virus particles in the cytoplasm of leaf cells of both infected hosts were difficult to distinguish from ribosomes. They were also present in vacuoles and plasmodesmata. Infection led to the formation of primary cytoplasmic inclusions, evolving into secondary inclusions. The latter were more abundant in cherry than in raspberry. The origin and role of these inclusions are discussed.
Notes Cited Reference Count: 22 ref. Journal article French 9 fig.
Author address Station de Chimie et de Physique Agricoles de l'Etat, Gembloux,.
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Authors Rassel, A. & Maroquin, C.