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Viruses in fungi and eukaryotic algae: their possible origins and evolution

, : Viruses in fungi and eukaryotic algae: their possible origins and evolution. Microbiological Sciences 2(6): 181-184

It appears that isometric viruses isolated from higher fungi contain double-stranded RNA whereas those from primitive lower fungi and eukaryotic algae possess double-stranded DNA.

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