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Bacilliform particles associated with infection by Rubus yellow net virus in black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis)

, : Bacilliform particles associated with infection by Rubus yellow net virus in black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis). Acta Horticulturae: 77-78

Ultrastructural abnormalities were found in many kinds of cells in the leaf blade and vascular bundles of RYNV infected plants. Many cells contained groups of tubular structures c. 30 nm diam. and up to 1100 nm long which were aligned parallel to one another in the cytoplasm, often close to the nucleus. These structures were frequently found with small, bacilliform, virus-like particles c. 25 X 80-150 nm which were randomly distributed in the cytoplasm.

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