M A Mayo


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M A

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Mayo

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  • 2006-05 Report from the 36th and the 37th Meetings of the Executive Committee of the International Committee on Taxomony of Viruses in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2006-02 ICTV in San Francisco: a report from the Plenary Session in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2005-01 Changes to virus taxonomy 2004 in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2004-06 Virology Division News: Report from the 33rd Meeting of the ICTV Executive Committee in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2003-02 Virology division news: Taxonomic proposals on the web: New ICTV consultative procedures in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2002-10 virology division news: ICTV at the Paris ICV: Results of the Plenary Session and the Binomial Ballot in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2002-08 A summary of taxonomic changes recently approved by ICTV in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2002-07 Names of viruses and virus species — an editorial note in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2002-06 The Type Species in virus taxonomy in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2001-07 Report of the 29th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2001-01 The 7th ICTV Report in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2000-10 Virus nomenclature: consensus versus chaos in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2000-09 ICTV and the Virology Division News in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2000-09 The nucleotide sequence of Indian peanut clump virus RNA 2: sequence comparisons among pecluviruses in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2000-07 The current composition of ICTV in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 2000-02 Constructing and writing the names of virus species – an editorial note in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1999-08 Developments in plant virus taxonomy since the publication of the 6th ICTV Report in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1999-06 Abbreviations for plant virus names – 1999 in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1999 Large Satellite RNA: Molecular Parasitism or Molecular Symbiosis in SATELLITES AND DEFECTIVE VIRAL RNAS
  • 1998-06 Correction in PHYTOPARASITICA
  • 1998-03 Abstracts of presentations on plant protection issues at the xth international congress of virology in PHYTOPARASITICA
  • 1997-07 Guidelines to the demarcation of virus species in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1996-12 The nucleotide sequence of RNA-1 of Indian peanut clump furovius in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1996-12 Recent revisions of the rules of virus classification and nomenclature in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1996-06 Conservation of coat protein sequence among isolates of potato mop-top virus from Scotland and Peru in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1996 Raspberry Bushy Dwarf Idaeovirus in THE PLANT VIRUSES
  • 1996 Nepoviruses: Molecular Biology and Replication in THE PLANT VIRUSES
  • 1995-11 Sequence analyses and a unifying system of virus taxonomy: consensus via consent in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1995-07 A listing of virus families and genera with some discriminatory features in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1995 The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses in VIRUS TAXONOMY
  • 1995 The Viruses in VIRUS TAXONOMY
  • 1995 Introduction to the Universal System of Virus Taxonomy in VIRUS TAXONOMY
  • 1994-09 The coat protein of Indian peanut clump virus: relationships with other furoviruses and with barley stripe mosaic virus in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1994-03 Modifications to the rules for virus nomenclature in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1993-11 Relationship between transcript production and virus resistance in transgenic tobacco expressing the potato leafroll virus coat protein gene in PLANT CELL REPORTS
  • 1993-09 Virology division news in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1993-09 Parsnip yellow fleck and rice tungro spherical viruses resemble picornaviruses and represent two genera in a proposed new plant picornavirus family (Sequiviridae) in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1993-09 Proposed classification of the bipartite-genomed raspberry bushy dwarf idaeovirus, with tripartite-genomed viruses in the familyBromoviridae in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1993-03 Polypeptide synthesis induced inNicotiana clevelandii protoplasts by infection with raspberry ringspot nepovirus in ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
  • 1992 How important is genome division as a taxonomic criterion in plant virus classification? in POTYVIRUS TAXONOMY
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