virology division news : ICTV at the Paris ICV: Results of the Plenary Session and the Binomial Ballot

virology division news : ICTV at the Paris ICV: Results of the Plenary Session and the Binomial... 2254 Virology Division News Arch Virol (2002) 147: 2254–2260 Virology Division News VDN ICTV at the Paris ICV: Results of the Plenary Session and the Binomial Ballot M. A. Mayo (ICTV Secretary) Scottish Crop Research Institute, Dundee, U.K. The Plenary Session The Plenary Session of ICTV took place at the International Congress of Virology in Paris th on 30 July 2002. It was attended by around 100 virologists from at least 22 different countries. The business consisted of : 1. Report by the President (Marc van Regenmortel) th The President reported that since the previous (Sydney) Plenary session, the 7 ICTV Report had been published [3]. Unfortunately it was about a year late, a situation not of ICTV’s making, but had since sold about 1300 copies. The major change was that English names had been adopted as the names of species, reflecting the use of English as the international language of virology. He emphasized that ICTV does not invent common (vernacular) names for viruses. Since 1999 there had been two interim meetings of the Executive Committee and publication in Virology Division News had continued to be the principal medium of communication with the virology community. The ICTV is committed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Virology Springer Journals

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Springer-Verlag
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Copyright © 2002 by Springer-Verlag/Wien
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Legacy
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0304-8608
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1432-8798
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10.1007/s007050200052
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2254 Virology Division News Arch Virol (2002) 147: 2254–2260 Virology Division News VDN ICTV at the Paris ICV: Results of the Plenary Session and the Binomial Ballot M. A. Mayo (ICTV Secretary) Scottish Crop Research Institute, Dundee, U.K. The Plenary Session The Plenary Session of ICTV took place at the International Congress of Virology in Paris th on 30 July 2002. It was attended by around 100 virologists from at least 22 different countries. The business consisted of : 1. Report by the President (Marc van Regenmortel) th The President reported that since the previous (Sydney) Plenary session, the 7 ICTV Report had been published [3]. Unfortunately it was about a year late, a situation not of ICTV’s making, but had since sold about 1300 copies. The major change was that English names had been adopted as the names of species, reflecting the use of English as the international language of virology. He emphasized that ICTV does not invent common (vernacular) names for viruses. Since 1999 there had been two interim meetings of the Executive Committee and publication in Virology Division News had continued to be the principal medium of communication with the virology community. The ICTV is committed

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Published: Oct 1, 2002

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