A virologist has a cell-free extract of herpes simplex virus (HSV) that has a titer of 6 x 106

A virologist has a cell-free extract of herpes simplex virus (HSV) that has a titer of 6 x 106 infectious virus particles/mL. This virus forms plaques on monolayers of the monkey kidney cell line, CV-1. Following completion of a 10-fold dilution series, the virologist plates 100 microliters of each sample in duplicate.

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What experimental results did he MOST LIKELY observe in the duplicate plates corresponding to his 1:10000 dilution?

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