• Dietrich-E. Lesemann
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Virus-host relations comprise a great number of events, beginning with molecular processes induced in a plant at the start of infection. Knowledge of these processes would serve best to understand the alterations induced by a virus, but, so far, the interactions between virus and host have been analyzed only in a limited way. At some point, external symptoms appear, reflecting the disharmony between normal and virus-induced metabolism. External symptoms are not very useful for detailed characterization of virus-host relations, although they may be very characteristic for individual viruses. Cytological alterations give a better, though quite rough, reflection of major functional events, as far as these lead to alterations in structure. As long as detailed biochemical knowledge is not available, it seems important to characterize the cytopathic effects of viruses in respect to their specificity for virus groups and for individual viruses.


Mosaic Virus Potato Virus Plant Virus Tobacco Etch Virus Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus 
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  • Dietrich-E. Lesemann
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  1. 1.Federal Biological Research Center for Agriculture and ForestryPlant Virus InstituteBraunschweigFederal Republic of Germany

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