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Association with plants A retrospective examination of the literature would suggest that L-forms, although not discovered at that time, were first postulated to occur in plant cells in the 1920s, with later reports implicating their role in disease (see references in Jones and Paton, 1973). Almost 40 years ago, a plant bacteriologist, Professor Alan M. Paton, University of Aberdeen, investigated the problem of latency in black leg disease of potato, which led to the formation of a research group dedicated to L-forms.
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