of the small oocytes also contained the beclin-1 protein (figure 5).
Finetti Sialer (1990) described this type of tissue surrounding syncytia
in the susceptible potato cultivar Revolucion.
Establishment of Syncytia
by Cyst Nematodes in Plant Roots
Some commonly found cytopathic effects include rounding, vacuolation, clustering, formation of cytoplasmic bridges, syncytia
formation, inclusion body formation and cell death.
Typical MV-induced CPE was seen as cell fusion yielding syncytia
RBAC also inhibited syncytia
formation, and the inhibition was maximized (75%) at a concentration of 100 [mu]/g/ml.
(b) 50% Effective concentration or compound concentration required to inhibit HIV-induced syncytia
formation in CEM cell cultures by 50%.
and lysis were estimated by visual analysis in contrast microscopy; n/s--nuclei per syncytium.
The respiratory syncytial virus is named after the giant syncytia
produced in tissue cultures with this virus (8).
The cells were forming short cords and syncytia
; they showed neither atypia nor mitotic activity (Fig.
In this perspective we would see living systems as invading and taking over the abiotic dissipative structures initially nourishing them energetically, gradually converting them to biofilms, syncytia
, colonies, organisms and populations.
The membranes of the infected cells fuse with adjacent cells to form a large, multinucleated cell creating large masses of cells or "syncytia
" (McIntosh, 2000; Wong et al., 2003).