Potexviruses induce inclusions that are widley distributed in host tissue. The most conspicours inclusions are banded bodies. These inclusions are made of layers of virus particles. However the banned inclusions are susceptible to destruction when samples are prepared so most often what is seen is a pink staining virus mass occasionally showing traces of banding (bottom right).
Banned inclusions (B) and vacuolate (V) inclusions of Papaya mosaic virus in Caria papaya.
A banned body of clover yellow mosaic virus in Vicia faba . Both are epidermal cells stained with AzureA.
Amorphous pink staining material (banned inclusions that are broken apart) of papaya mosaic virus (above) and clover yellow mosaic(below).
(Pictures taken from "Light and Electron Microscopy of Plant Virus Inclusins" by R. G. Christie and J. R. Edwardson)