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  • A novel evolutionary strategy revealed in the phaeoviruses. 

    Stevens, K; Weynberg, K; Bellas, C; Brown, S; Brownlee, C; Brown, MT; Schroeder, DC (United States, 2014)
    Phaeoviruses infect the brown algae, which are major contributors to primary production of coastal waters and estuaries. They exploit a Persistent evolutionary strategy akin to a K- selected life strategy via genome ...
  • Phaeoviruses discovered in kelp (Laminariales). 

    McKeown, DA; Stevens, K; Peters, AF; Bond, P; Harper, GM; Brownlee, C; Brown, MT; Schroeder, DC (England, 2017-12)
    Phaeoviruses are latent double-stranded DNA viruses that insert their genomes into those of their brown algal (Phaeophyceae) hosts. So far these viruses are known only from members of the Ectocarpales, which are small and ...

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