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Working in Arabidopsis, James Carrington and colleagues found that plants lacking DICER-LIKE2 (DCL2) were more susceptible to certain viruses. Plants shown from left to right are: a virus-infected wild-type, virus-infected dcl2 mutant, and an uninfected wild-type (see article).


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