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In marine systems, where viral ecological investigations have been honed for nearly 2 decades, viruses impact global ocean food webs, carbon cycling, and climate ( 9 ). 0000013230 00000 n 0000241147 00000 n 0000364475 00000 n 89 0 obj 0000270692 00000 n 218 0 obj <> 0000257721 00000 n 0000383019 00000 n 0000391944 00000 n 0000168078 00000 n 0000314529 00000 n We have also characterised viruses from different soil functional domains surrounding wheat roots (rhizosheath and rhizosphere), and bulk soil. 0000397859 00000 n 0000013379 00000 n 0000302336 00000 n <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/Properties<>/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/TrimBox[9 9 594 792]/Type/Page>> 0000378322 00000 n 0000342687 00000 n 0000013625 00000 n Another example of a soilborne virus that affects vegetables is the lettuce necrotic stunt virus (LNSV). 0000012050 00000 n Plant pathology (also phytopathology) is the scientific study of diseases in plants caused by pathogens (infectious organisms) and environmental conditions (physiological factors). 0000013576 00000 n 0000011952 00000 n HIV. 0000402890 00000 n 0000061709 00000 n 0000179919 00000 n 0000261530 00000 n startxref 0000347130 00000 n 0000217518 00000 n 0000422747 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� 0000038640 00000 n 0000050662 00000 n 0000071948 00000 n 0000012393 00000 n 0000146361 00000 n 0000045834 00000 n 0000012591 00000 n <> "It is still the one that is the biggest … 0000011757 00000 n <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/TrimBox[9 9 594 792]/Type/Page>> 0000117716 00000 n 0000183591 00000 n 0000011611 00000 n 0000095150 00000 n 0000396307 00000 n 0000232800 00000 n endobj 0000303355 00000 n 0000324189 00000 n 0000040391 00000 n uuid:194a0f4e-1dd2-11b2-0a00-880000000000 0000146310 00000 n 0000131478 00000 n Ingham et al. 0000012787 00000 n 0000394484 00000 n 0000013674 00000 n 0000278570 00000 n 0000073995 00000 n 0000101649 00000 n 0000184864 00000 n 0000194176 00000 n 0000039311 00000 n 0000237862 00000 n 0000011707 00000 n Virus particles are extremely small and can be seen only with an electron microscope. 0000163372 00000 n 0000398895 00000 n 0000055758 00000 n 0000013181 00000 n 0000383814 00000 n 0000325095 00000 n 0000378928 00000 n 0000243816 00000 n 0000051549 00000 n uuid:194a0f4a-1dd2-11b2-0a00-300927bd7200 0000045883 00000 n 0000367395 00000 n 0000367657 00000 n 0000126884 00000 n 116 0 obj 0000051194 00000 n Soil particles Gerba et al domains surrounding wheat roots ( rhizosheath and rhizosphere,... 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