By Kenneth M. Smith C.B.E., D.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.S. (auth.)
In getting ready the 5th version of Plant Viruses the overall plan of the publication has been retained given that this turns out to supply enough scope for a publication of this dimension. even if, each one part has been introduced updated with any new info which has develop into to be had because the ebook of the former version. bankruptcy 15 has been further giving a brief account of 2 new fields of virus learn, the viruses affecting fungi and algae. a number of the plates were changed by way of extra sleek illustrations. connection with the aster yellows team of illnesses has been eradicated simply because those illnesses at the moment are recognized to be attributable to an infection with Mycoplasma and never with viruses. thankful acknowledgement is because of Dr Aaron Klug, F.R.S. and his colleagues for permission to exploit their fresh paintings at the meeting of viruses. Acknowledgement is additionally as a result of numerous buddies who've provided prints of representation from their pub lished paintings; credits has been given to authors within the representation legends. Cambridge K.M.S.
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Plant Viruses by Kenneth M. Smith C.B.E., D.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.S. (auth.)