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Content:
Chapter 1 Virus constitution: normal rules (pages 5–18): F. H. C. Crick and J. D. Watson
Chapter 2 constitution and Substructure of Viruses as obvious less than the Electron Microscope (pages 19–38): Robley C. Williams
Chapter three X?Ray Diffraction stories of the constitution and Morphology of Tobacco Mosaic Virus (pages 39–55): Rosalind E. Franklin, A. Klug and ok. C. Holmes
Chapter four fabric in Virus arrangements now not worthwhile for the Manifestation of attribute Virus houses (pages 56–68): N. W. Pirie
Chapter five a few fresh advancements within the Chemistry of Virus Mutants (pages 69–90): C. A. Knight
Chapter 6 devices remoted After Splitting chicken Plague Virus (pages 91–103): Werner Schafer
Chapter 7 Ribonucleic Acid in Influenza Virus (pages 104–122): G. L. Ada
Chapter eight Chemical Inactivation of Viruses (pages 123–146): Sven Gard
Chapter nine Quantitative facets of Virus progress in Cultivated Animal Cells (pages 147–157): R. Dulbecco
Chapter 10 The Multiplication of Animal Viruses (pages 158–169): F. okay. Sanders
Chapter eleven The Multiplication of Plant Viruses (pages 170–190): F. C. Bawden
Chapter 12 experiences on combined Infections with Influenza Viruses (pages 191–202): George okay. Hirst, Tamar Gotlieb and Allan Granoff
Chapter thirteen The Morphological elements of Virus Infections of Cells as printed by way of Fluorescent Antibody (pages 203–210): Albert H. Coons
Chapter 14 using Radioactive Influenza Virus to figure out the destiny of the Infecting Particle on access into the Host mobile (pages 211–223): L. Hoyle
Chapter 15 the dimensions Distribution of particular Antigens in Virus?Infected Tissues and their importance (pages 224–248): A. Kipps, W. du T. Naude, A. Polson, G. Selzer and M. Van Den Ende
Chapter sixteen Morphological facets of Virus mobile Relationships in Influenza, Mumps and Newcastle (Myzovirus) (pages 249–262): F. B. Bang and A. Isaacs
Chapter 17 interplay of Phages with Bacterial mobile partitions and the advance of Phage within the Wall?Less Protoplast (pages 263–276): M. R. J. Salton
Chapter 17a basic dialogue (pages 276–286):

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