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Plant virus evolution

Marilyn J. Roossinck

Plant virus evolution

by Marilyn J. Roossinck

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Published by Springer in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Evolution,
  • Biological Evolution,
  • Physiology,
  • Virus Physiological Phenomena,
  • Viruses,
  • Plant viruses,
  • Plant Viruses,
  • Pflanzenviren

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMarilyn J. Roossinck, editor
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR351 .P585 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 223 p. :
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25135918M
    ISBN 103540757627, 3540757635
    ISBN 109783540757627, 9783540757634
    LC Control Number2007940847
    OCLC/WorldCa181328049

    In general, this book is an easy read and is suitable for a wide audience with an interest in virus evolution. This book is a valuable resource for the up-to-date references alone. For the wildlife disease-focused animal virologists among us, I suggest reading the plant virus chapters when the mood strikes : Denise A. Marston. Science Biology Viruses Viruses. Intro to viruses. Animal & human viruses. This is the currently selected item. The biology of Zika virus. Science Biology Viruses Viruses. AP Bio: IST‑4 (EU), IST‑4.B (LO), IST‑4.B.1 (EK) Virus evolution and genetic variation. Drug-resistant HIV. Reassortment of flu viruses.

    Most plant viruses, like the tobacco mosaic virus, have single-stranded (+) RNA genomes. However, there are also plant viruses in most other virus categories. Unlike bacteriophages, plant viruses do not have active mechanisms for delivering .   These authors described three scenarios for the evolution of related viruses in plants and animals: (i) evolution of these viruses from a common ancestral virus predating plant-animal divergence; (ii) horizontal transfers of viruses between plants and animals; and (iii) parallel evolution of related viruses from related ancestral genetic by:

    virus and host evolution together and connect these two elements of the tree of life. Prior to considering other general issues of virus evolution, it is important to define some terms to be used in this book. Virus. A molecular genetic parasite that uses cellular systems for its own replication. Note that this definition has no reference to theFile Size: 1MB. Plant viruses are significant as they affect our food supply and are capable of rapidly spreading to new plant species, so a comprehensive study of plant viruses is important in understanding their pathogenesis and prevention. This book focuses on the plant virus evolution, their molecular classification, epidemics and management.


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Plant virus evolution by Marilyn J. Roossinck Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book provides a comprehensive look at the field of plant virus evolution. Individual chapters, written by experts in the field, cover plant virus ecology, emerging viruses, plant viruses that integrate into the host genome, population biology, evolutionary mechanisms and appropriate methods for analysis.

With a clear focus on plant virus evolution, including quantitative and population genetics, Plant Virus-Host Interaction provides insights on the major factors favoring disease emergence, such as genetic change in pathogen and host populations and changes in host ecology and environment.

The book also examines socioeconomic implications of. ABSTRACT. The comparative analysis of genes and genomes is frequently used to reveal the patterns and processes of RNA virus evolution.

Herein, I review some of the various computational (in silico) methods that comprise this approach and outline their multi-faceted contributions to understanding evolutionary change in RNA viruses.I Plant virus evolution book on five areas where.

This timely book addresses a wide range of current questions and research approaches at the forefront of the field and highlights recent advances in our understanding of the history and mechanisms of virus evolution.

Wherever possible authors have integrated information from the study of plant, animal and bacterial viruses. Virus Evolution receives first Impact Factor of Virus Evolution has received its first Impact Factor ofranking us 5 out of 36 in the category Virology.

Although we'd like to thank all of our editors, authors, reviewers, and readers for helping us achieve this important milestone, our primary mission remains to the serve the wider virus evolution community.

Virus: An Illustrated Guide to Incredible Microbes 1st Edition Marilyn Roossinck, a highly influential researcher in the understanding of plant virus evolution, did a great job by showing the great variety of viruses inhabiting our planet. The book has great illustrations!!.

I am very satisfied with my purchase, but more with the Cited by: 1. "This book provides a comprehensive look at the field of plant virus evolution. Individual chapters, written by experts in the field, cover plant virus ecology, emerging viruses, plant viruses that integrate into the host genome, population biology, evolutionary mechanisms and appropriate methods for analysis.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Plant virus evolution by Marilyn J. Roossinck,Springer edition, paperback Plant Virus Evolution ( edition) | Open Library.

Plant viruses may have processes of highly prone replication, which cause several mutations. By nature, it is quasi-species.

The evolution of plant viruses usually use the process of re-assortment and recombination. Different species of plant viruses have different quantity of differences; however, there is no proof of changes in mutation rate. WHAT IS A VIRUS. INTRODUCTION TO PLANT VIRUSES. all, virus genera leading to a greater under-standing of how viruses function and interact with their hosts.

The results from these studies are described in detail in this book and in the suggested further reading. III. DEFINITION OF A VIRUSFile Size: 1MB. Systematic Veterinary Virology. This note explains the following topics: structure, classification, repliation and viral interference, Group V viruses, Negative sense single stranded RNA viruses, Morbilli virus, Orthomyxo viruses, Equine flu, nature of the virus, disease and its pathogenesis, diagnosis and various lab tests, vaccines, Zoonotic potential, Impacts of swine flu, Negative.

It describes in 15 chapters different aspects of plant virology, comprising the three sections: the virus, the cell and the plant; the virus in the agro‐environment; evolution and classification of viruses.

At the end of the book, there is a brief description of the different genera of plant‐infecting viruses, a short, but useful glossary Author: Anders Kvarnheden. Phylogenetic approaches are central to the study of plant virus evolution and coevolution with plant hosts.

Phylogenetics is a field that is rapidly advancing and spans the population/species. Viral evolution is a subfield of evolutionary biology and virology that is specifically concerned with the evolution of viruses. Viruses have short generation times, and many—in particular RNA viruses—have relatively high mutation rates (on the order of one point mutation or more per genome per round of replication).

This elevated mutation rate, when combined with natural. The book provides in-depth information on plant virus gene interactions with hosts, localization and expression and the latest advances in our understanding of plant virus evolution, their responses and crop improvement. Combining characterization of plant viruses and disease management and presenting them together makes it easy to compare all.

(, July 13). Viruses revealed to be a major driver of human evolution: Study tracking protein adaptation over millions of years yields insights relevant to fighting today's viruses.

Book Description. Plant viruses are significant as they affect our food supply and are capable of rapidly spreading to new plant species, so a comprehensive study of plant viruses is important in understanding their pathogenesis and prevention. This book focuses on the plant virus evolution, their molecular classification, epidemics and management.

The effect of symbiosis on plant virus evolution can be seen in the modular nature of plant virus genes, which show evidence of recombination and reassortment in Cited by: A number of recent papers have cast doubt on the applicability of the quasispecies concept to virus evolution, and have argued that population genetics is a.

Virus - Virus - Evolution of new virus strains: Viruses that infect animals can jump from one species to another, causing a new, usually severe disease in the new host.

For example, in a virus in the Coronaviridae family jumped from an animal reservoir, believed to be horseshoe bats, to humans, causing a highly pathogenic disease in humans called severe acute.

This book focuses on the evolution of plant viruses, their molecular classification, epidemics and management, covering topics relating to evolutionary mechanisms, viral ecology and emergence, appropriate analysis methods, and the role of evolution .Plant viruses are viruses that affect all other viruses, plant viruses are obligate intracellular parasites that do not have the molecular machinery to replicate without a viruses can be pathogenic to higher plants.

Most plant viruses are rod-shaped, with protein discs forming a tube surrounding the viral genome; isometric particles are another common structure.Generation of genetic diversity in plant virus populations.

Genetic diversity of a population can be defined as the probability that two genetic variants randomly chosen from the population are different [].Two mechanisms are the main sources of genetic variation in viruses during their evolutionary process: mutation and genetic by: 2.