This chapter represents a revision of “An Introduction to Viral Taxonomy and the proposal of Akamara, a potential domain for the genomic acellular agents”, which appeared as chapter 2 of the book Viral Ecology, edited by Christon J. Hurst, published in 2000 by Academic Press. All of the artwork contained in this chapter appears courtesy of Christon J. Hurst.
2. An Introduction to Viral Taxonomy with Emphasis on Microbial and Botanical Hosts and the Proposal of Akamara, a Potential Domain for the Genomic Acellular Agents†
- Christon J. Hurst1,2
Published Online: 6 JUN 2011
Copyright © 2011 Wiley-Blackwell.
Studies in Viral Ecology: Microbial and Botanical Host Systems, Volume 1
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Hurst, C. J. (2011) An Introduction to Viral Taxonomy with Emphasis on Microbial and Botanical Hosts and the Proposal of Akamara, a Potential Domain for the Genomic Acellular Agents, in Studies in Viral Ecology: Microbial and Botanical Host Systems, Volume 1 (ed C. J. Hurst), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, USA. doi: 10.1002/9781118025666.ch2
Departments of Biology and Music, Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, USA
Engineering Faculty, Universidad del Valle, Ciudad Universitaria Meléndez, Santiago de Cali, Valle, Colombia
- Published Online: 6 JUN 2011
- Published Print: 25 JUL 2011
Print ISBN: 9780470623961
Online ISBN: 9781118025666
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