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All the Virology on the WWW
[Tulane Univ.] A comprehensive site with virology information. Links include online courses, images, online books and more.
Animal Virus�Information System (AVIS)
[Bioinformatics Center, University of Pune, India] Animal virus database containing a variety of information including original source, method of isolation, physicochemical properties, and natural host range for each virus entry.
Bacteriophage Ecology Group
A site with information on this scientific association dedicated to the ecology and evolutionary biology of the parasites of unicellular organisms. The site also provides scientific information on bacteriophages.
Big Picture Book of Viruses
[Garry Lab] Catalog of viral images and educational resources. Database can be searched by virus name, structure/genome, host, and disease.
Course BS335: Virology
[Leicester University] This page is designed to be an on-line addition to the university’s virology course.
An Electronic Introduction to Molecular Virology
[Univ. of Cape Town] This tutorial covers the history, classifications, definitions, and current events of viruses.
Fungicides in Agriculute
An information source for the use of fungicides in agriculture
ICTVdB: Universal Virus Database
[Cornelia Büchen-Osmond] A database working to describe all viruses of animals (vertebrates, invertebrates, protozoa), plants (higher plants and algae), bacteria, fungi, and archaea from the family level down to strains and isolates.
Molecular Virology Distance Learning
[Institute for Molecular Virology, Univ. of Wisconsin] Online courses in virology.
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[Dallwitz, Paine and Zurcher] This site contains information on most species of virus known to infect plants. Includes data on physical, chemical, and genomic properities; host range; transmission and control; geographical deisribution; taxonomy and relationships; and selected literature references.