The population genomics of begomoviruses: global scale population structure and gene flow

@inproceedings{Prasanna2010ThePG,
  title={The population genomics of begomoviruses: global scale population structure and gene flow},
  author={H. C. Prasanna and Debarshi Sinha and Ajay Verma and Major Jai Inder Singh and Bijendra Singh and Mathura Rai and Darren P. Martin},
  booktitle={Virology Journal},
  year={2010}
}
The rapidly growing availability of diverse full genome sequences from across the world is increasing the feasibility of studying the large-scale population processes that underly observable pattern of virus diversity. In particular, characterizing the genetic structure of virus populations could potentially reveal much about how factors such as geographical distributions, host ranges and gene flow between populations combine to produce the discontinuous patterns of genetic diversity that we… CONTINUE READING
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