Investigations of the Mechanism of the Transmission of Plant Viruses by Insect Vectors, III. The Insect's Saliva
Proc. roy. Soc, London., 127: 849, 526-543. f
The following is based on the author's introduction and summary of this third paper of a series : For the type of virus transmission characteristic of leafhopper vectors, there is convincing evidence that the virus passes through the insect's body. The manner in which it emerges from the insect and is inoculated into a-plant is much less certainly known.