1162 pages, Plates, illus, figs tabs
Covers over 4000 recognised viruses, organised by family, with diagrams of genome organisation and virus replication cycle where known, and contains 30% new taxa, including two major new contributions on the phylogenetic relationships between viruses, and application of the virus species concept throughout the virus world.
It is of interest not only to virologists, but also to other microbiologists, molecular biologists, geneticists and physicochemists. The book is fascinating even for the non-specialist. It should become a firm component of any library of biomedical sciences. -VIRUS RESEARCH (February 2002) Virus Taxonomy is comprehensive, concise, well laid out and easily readable. As a reference source for virologists, this book is a must for the institutional library. -MICROBIOLOGY TODAY
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