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Nuclear and cytoplasmic localization of virus-like particles in fasciated spindle trees (Euonymus japonica Thunb. and Euonymus japonica Thunb. var. microphylla Jaeger)



Nuclear and cytoplasmic localization of virus-like particles in fasciated spindle trees (Euonymus japonica Thunb. and Euonymus japonica Thunb. var. microphylla Jaeger)



Revue Generale de Botanique 81(959/960/961): 135-150



In the electron microscope virus-like particles were observed in the cytoplasm, around the nucleus, between nuclear membranes and in the nuclei of cells in stems and leaves of affected but not healthy plants. The particles, very regular in size and shape, with a highly differentiated structure and a limiting membrane, resembled closely those of a rhabdovirus but their viral nature is not established.

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