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Extension and diversity of the group baculovirus


Entomophaga 23(1): 3-8
Extension and diversity of the group baculovirus
Possible changes in the profile of research goals of Baculovirus are evoked with special reference of the evidence and the characterization of Baculovirus in some insect orders not yet concerned, more particularly in homoptera, and in arachnida and crustacea. Besides the increasing interest for comparative virology resulting from the diversity of Baculovirus types, the following also emphasized: the possibility of the achievement of virological control to be extended to ravagers not yet concerned and to insect vectors the study of the interference of viruses transmitted by a vector with viruses pathogenic to the latter, further precautions to be taken with respect to the safety and the diagnosis, and the increase in the economical importance of epizootiology of useful marine invertebrates.


Accession: 005432779



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