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Protoplasts in the Study of Plant Virus Replication

  • Itaru Takebe

Abstract

In spite of its much longer history, plant virology lags far behind bacterial or animal virology in the understanding of the process of virus replication. One of the reasons for this situation stems from the very nature of plant viruses, that they are not provided with a specialized mechanism for entry through the rigid walls of plant cells. Infection by plant viruses thus relies upon a third agent that produces wounds of one type or another in the plant cell walls. The TacK or a penetration function accounts for the extremely small numbers of plant cells which become primarily infected by inoculation, and causes serious difficulty in the studies of virus replication processes.

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Mosaic Virus Coat Protein Tobacco Mosaic Virus Cucumber Mosaic Virus Mesophyll Protoplast 
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  • Itaru Takebe
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  1. 1.Institute for Plant Virus ResearchTsukuba Science CityIbarakiJapan

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