TRANSPORTE DE VIRUS EN PLANTAS
MOVEMENT OF VIRUSES IN PLANTS
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It is now firmly established that plant viruses move from cell to cell over long distances by using and modifying existing pathways for molecular movement within the cells, from cell to cell and from organ to organ. Viruses codify functions required for movement; these are now known as movement protein. At the level of one or two cells, movement involves the transport of newly synthesized genomes to and through plasmodesmata.Keyworks: movement protein, plasmodesmata.
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& Camarena-Gutiérrez, G. (2000). MOVEMENT OF VIRUSES IN PLANTS. Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente, VI(2), 119-124. http://dx.doi.org/1111