The Insect Viruses
This work focuses on those insect virus families found primarily or exclusively in insects, covering all major families of insect-selective viruses except for the baculoviruses which were described in a previous volume of The Viruses series. Included are the established families of insect viruses, the newly recognized ascovirus family, and the nudiviruses, which probably represent a separate family but currently remain unclassified. While most of the viruses covered in this volume have little direct relevance to human health, they are vitally important from an environmental perspective.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Entomopoxvirus Genome Structure
Relationships among IVs
Use of Iridescent Viruses in Biocontrol
Tetravirus Structure and Function 208
Genome Organization and Molecular Biology
Conclusions and Summary
Epidemiology and Ecology
Picornalike Viruses of Insects
The Picornalike Viruses of Hemipterans
Polydnavirus Gene Expression
Molecular Biology of Densoviruses
Knockout of Bunyaviruses in Mosquitoes Using SIN Expression
Intracellular Immunization to DEN2 Virus
Other editions - View all
amino acid ascovirus axes baculovirus Ball Belloncik biological capsid capsid protein cDNA cell culture cell lines characterization cleavage coat protein contain cricket paralysis virus CrPV cytoplasm Dasgupta density Densovirus detected DNVs domain Drosophila electron encoded entomopoxvirus expression Federici Friesen Gallagher gene genome genomic RNAs Hanzlik HaSV helices helix hemocytes homology infected cells infection insect viruses interactions Invertebr iridescent virus iridovirus isolated Johnson Kaesberg larvae lepidopteran Longworth mature mellonella membrane midgut molecular Moore mosquitoes mRNA nodaviruses nucleotide Nudaurelia observed parasitized parasitoid pathogenic Pathol peptide persistently infected picornalike viruses picornaviruses polydnavirus polymerase polypeptide protein protomer quasi-equivalent RdRp recombinant region replicase residues RNA replication RNA viruses RNA2 Rueckert Scherer Scotti sequence serological species Stoltz strand studies subgenomic subunits suggested symmetry synthesis tetraviruses tion tissues transcription transfected transmission unpublished data vector vertebrate viral RNAs virions Virol Virology virus particles virus replication vitro wasp
Page 409 - Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 28: 701—710. 18. Service, MW, 1976. Mosquito Ecology. Field Sampling Methods. Applied Sciences Publishers Ltd., London, 583 pp. 19. Rosen, L., and Gubler, DJ, 1974. The use of mosquitoes to detect and propagate dengue viruses.