Journal of General Virology (2020) 101 (4 - 1397)

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Marc Fuchs, Moshe Bar-Joseph, Thierry Candresse, Hans J. Maree, Giovanni P. Martelli, Michael J. Melzer, Wulf Menzel, Angelantonio Minafra and Sead Sabanadzovic (2020)
ICTV virus taxonomy profile: Closteroviridae
Journal of General Virology 101 (4 - 1397)
Abstract: Viruses in the family Closteroviridae have a mono-, bi- or tripartite positive-sense RNA genome of 13–19 kb, and non-enveloped, filamentous particles 650–2200 nm long and 12 nm in diameter. They infect plants, mainly dicots, many of which are fruit crops. This is a summary of the ICTV Report on the family Closteroviridae, which is available at ictv.global/report/closteroviridae.
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