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The constancy of amino acid composition in the protein part of TMV. II. Virus increase in non-solanaceous plants


, : The constancy of amino acid composition in the protein part of TMV. II. Virus increase in non-solanaceous plants. Biol. Zbl, 80: 4, 453-463

In further studies at the Botanisches Inst., Univ. Cologne, 3 strs. of TMV with protein coats differing in their amino acid composition were reproduced in tobacco, Phacelia tanacetifolia, and Phlox drummondii. The amino acid composition of virus preparations from these hosts was in all cases identical with that of the inoculation material.

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