>Flora and Fauna >Monera >Bacteria Flora and Fauna is a group within the phylogenetic tree which classifies living organisms into 6 kingdoms: Animalia, Fungi, Monera, Plantae, Protista, and Viruses. This category is specifically for viruses.
Educational site that discusses what defines life and whether viruses fit into this definition.
Information from Wikipedia on the viruses that infect bacteria, their classification, history, replication and uses.
Research project by Michaela Weisser at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.
Research project by Kayleen Kinsley on the human immunodeficiency virus, including its classification, nutrition, reproduction, habitat, history and information on the disease it causes.
Student project with taxonomy, phylogeny, anatomy, physiology and human significance.
Taxonomy of viruses, including electron microscopy pictures, and family descriptions.
Article examining the evidence for how the first viruses may have appeared and how viruses, like other parasites, co-evolved with their hosts.
Photographs and information on this virus that can be transmitted in saliva.
The NCBI Taxonomy database allows browsing of the taxonomy tree, which contains a classification of organisms.
Specific information on viral families, genomes, taxonomy, and structure.
Viruses in the genus Tospovirus cause significant worldwide crop losses. Provides information on their biology, transmission, host range, symptoms, distribution and management strategies.
Database of viruses. Information for each family includes molecular biology, taxonomic and host details, epidemiology and the UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot protein entries.
Comprehensive information from Wikipedia on these sub-microscopic infectious agents that are unable to grow or reproduce outside a host cell.
A comprehensive index of viruses provided by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Also provides a picture gallery, identification tool and software tools.
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