Plant Virus Replication
Part of the Tertiary Level Biology book series (TLB)
The processes involved in plant virus replication may include
passage of virus through the cell wall;
entry of virus or its nucleic acid into cells and then to replicative sites in cells;
removal of protein from nucleic acid, this being termed ‘uncoating’.
KeywordsCoat Protein Plant Virus Tobacco Rattle Virus Translation Initiation Site Replicative Intermediate
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