Distinct viral populations differentiate and evolve independently in a single perennial host plant.

@article{Jridi2006DistinctVP,
  title={Distinct viral populations differentiate and evolve independently in a single perennial host plant.},
  author={Chiraz Jridi and Jean-François Martin and V{\'e}ronique Marie-Jeanne and G{\'e}rard Labonne and St{\'e}phane Blanc},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2006},
  volume={80 5},
  pages={2349-57}
}
The complex structure of virus populations has been the object of intensive study in bacteria, animals, and plants for over a decade. While it is clear that tremendous genetic diversity is rapidly generated during viral replication, the distribution of this diversity within a single host remains an obscure area in this field of science. Among animal viruses, only Human immunodeficiency virus and Hepatitis C virus populations have recently been thoroughly investigated at an intrahost level… CONTINUE READING
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