Taxonomic position of sugarcane streak mosaic virus in the family Potyviridae

Taxonomic position of sugarcane streak mosaic virus in the family Potyviridae Arch Virol (2003) 148: 206 DOI 10.1007/s00705-002-0939-7 Erratum Taxonomic position of sugarcane streak mosaic virus in the family Potyviridae M. Hema et al. [Arch. Virol. (2002) 147: 1997–2007] DOI 10.1007/s00705-002-0851-1 On pp. 1998 and 2005 of above-mentioned paper following passages were taken from reference [15] and hence this reference should be quoted at the end of these sentences. Page 1998, lines 17–22 should read: The increasing availability of potyvirus sequence data presents new opportunities for comparisons that may reveal insights about the phylogeny and evolution of this important family of viruses. An accurate phylogenetic framework is an essential component of correct nomenclature and comparative understanding of the etiology, epidemiology, evolution and speciation of these viruses [15]. Page 2005, lines 1–4 should read: “In the past, the vector based taxonomy of the Potyviridae was thought to correlate well with sequence data and phylogenetic analysis [36]. However, questions have previously been raised concerning how these viruses are distinguished at the genus level [39]” [15]. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Virology Springer Journals

Taxonomic position of sugarcane streak mosaic virus in the family Potyviridae

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Arch Virol (2003) 148: 206 DOI 10.1007/s00705-002-0939-7 Erratum Taxonomic position of sugarcane streak mosaic virus in the family Potyviridae M. Hema et al. [Arch. Virol. (2002) 147: 1997–2007] DOI 10.1007/s00705-002-0851-1 On pp. 1998 and 2005 of above-mentioned paper following passages were taken from reference [15] and hence this reference should be quoted at the end of these sentences. Page 1998, lines 17–22 should read: The increasing availability of potyvirus sequence data presents new opportunities for comparisons that may reveal insights about the phylogeny and evolution of this important family of viruses. An accurate phylogenetic framework is an essential component of correct nomenclature and comparative understanding of the etiology, epidemiology, evolution and speciation of these viruses [15]. Page 2005, lines 1–4 should read: “In the past, the vector based taxonomy of the Potyviridae was thought to correlate well with sequence data and phylogenetic analysis [36]. However, questions have previously been raised concerning how these viruses are distinguished at the genus level [39]” [15].

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