The Purpose of this book is to provide a helpful reference for invertebrate pathologist, virologists, and electron microscopists on invertebrate viruses. Investigators from around the world have shared their expertise in order introduce scientists to the exciting advances in invertebrate virology.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction and Clasification of Viruses of Invertebrates Chapter 2. Preparation of Invertebrate Viruses and Tissues for Examination Chapter 3. Purification of Invertebrate Viruses Chapter 4. Pavoviridae Chapter 5. Iridoviridae Chapter 6 Baculoviridae. Nuclear Polyhedrosis Viruses Chapter 7. Baculoviridae. Granulosis Viruses Chapter 8. Entomopoxvirinae Chapter 9. Baculoviridae. Nonoccluded Baculoviruses Chapter 10. Polydnaviriae Chapter 11 . Ascoviridae Chapter 12. Nodaviridae Chapter 13. Picornaviridae. Picornaviruses of Invertebrates Chapter 14. Tetraviridae Chapter 15. Reoviridae Chapter 16. Birnaviridae Chapter 17. Phabdoviridae Chapter 18. Togaviridae and Flaviviridae Chapter 19. Bunyaviridae Chapter 20. Infectious Flacherie Virus Chapter 21. Viruses of Honey Bees Chapter 22 Unclassified Viruses of Insects Chapter23. Unclassified Viruses of Mollusca Chapter 24. Unclassified Viruses of Crustaccea Chapter 25. Unclassfied Viruses of Arachnida Chapter 26. Viruses from bedbugs Appendix Index.
Jean R. Adams., Ph.D., is a Research Entomologist with the U.S Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Plant Sciences Institute, Insect Biocontrol Laboratory at Beltsville, Maryland. Dr. Adams graduate from Rutgers with a B.S in Agricultural Research with a minor in horticulture, and received her Ph.D in 1962.
Jean-Robert Bonami, Dr. es Sc., is Head of the Department of Marine Invertebrate Pathology in the Laboratory of Comparative Pathology at the University of Montpellier II., Sciences et Techniques du Languedoc, France. Dr. Bonami received his Licence and Maitrise es Sciences from the University of Montpellier II in 1986 and his Doctorat D’Etat es Science in 1980.