Figure 1 Electron micrograph of purified particles of an isolate of Citrus leprosis virus C.
(Courtesy Addolorata Colariccio, Instituto Biológico, SP, Brazil.)
Figure 2 Electron micrographs exhibiting viroplasma (VP) and virions (VI) inside the endoplasmic reticulum in parenchyma cells of Pera sweet orange.
(Courtesy Elliot W. Kitajima, ESALQ/USP, Brazil.)
Figure 3 Schematic drawing of genome structure and organization of CiLV-C. Each RNA is presented as a line with the corresponding ORFs indicated by rectangles. ORFs located in different frames are represented above (+1) or below (+3) the lines. Functional domains attributed according to the translated sequences are indicated inside the rectangles. For those translated sequences with unidentified function, the approximate molecular weight is indicated inside the rectangles. MTR=methyltransferase domain; C-Prot=cysteine protease domain; HEL=helicase domain; RdRp=RNA-dependent RNA polymerase domain; MP=movement protein domain.
(Reproduced from Locali-Fabris et al. (2006). J. Gen Virol., 87, 2721-2729; with permission.)