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  1. Kitrinoviricota From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kitrinoviricota is a phylum of RNA viruses, which includes all positive-strand RNA viruses, which infect eukaryotes and are not members of the phylum Pisuviricota or Lenarviricota.

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  2. Kitrinoviricota - Wikipedia

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    Kitrinoviricota From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kitrinoviricota is a phylum of RNA viruses, which includes all positive-strand RNA viruses, which infect eukaryotes and are not members of the phylum Pisuviricota or Lenarviricota.

  3. Positive-strand RNA virus - Wikipedia

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    Kitrinoviricota The first +ssRNA phylum is Kitrinoviricota . The phylum contains what have been referred to as the " alphavirus supergroup" and " flavivirus supergroup" along with various other short-genome viruses.

  4. Martellivirales - Wikipedia

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    Martellivirales; Virus classification (unranked): Virus: Realm: : Riboviria: Kingdom: Orthornavirae: Phylum: Kitrinoviricota: Class: Alsuviricetes: Order: Martellivirales

  5. Kitrinoviricota - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Kitrinoviricota Kitrinoviricota es un filo de virus de ARN establecido por el ICTV para la clasificación viral. Contiene exclusivamente virus de ARN monocatenario positivo y es el único filo que incluye la mayoría de los virus de ARN monocatenario positivo. Los virus de este filo infectan exclusivamente eucariotas.

  6. Kitrinoviricota - Wiktionary

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    Kitrinoviricota on Wikipedia. Wikipedia ; Kitrinoviricota on Wikispecies. Wikispecies ; Kitrinoviricota on Wikimedia Commons. Wikimedia Commons ; Kitrinoviricota at National Center for Biotechnology Information; Kitrinoviricota at Encyclopedia of Life; Kitrinoviricota at the Catalogue of Life Kitrinoviricota at International Committee on ...

  7. Pisuviricota - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pisuviricota is a phylum of RNA viruses, which includes all positive-strand and double-stranded RNA viruses, which infect eukaryotes and are not members of the phylum Kitrinoviricota, Lenarviricota, or Duplornaviricota.

  8. Alsuviricetes - Wikipedia

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    Alsuviricetes is a class of RNA viruses which infect eukaryotes. Member viruses have a positive-sense single-stranded RNA genome.The name of the group is a portmanteau of "alpha supergroup" and -viricetes which is the suffix for a virus class.

  9. Orthornavirae - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. The first part of Orthornavirae, the kingdom that RNA viruses belong to, comes from Greek ὀρθός [orthós], meaning straight, the middle part, rna, refers to RNA, and -virae is the suffix used for virus kingdoms.

  10. Crinivirus - Wikipedia

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    Crinivirus, formerly the lettuce infectious yellows virus group, is a genus of viruses, in the family Closteroviridae.They are linear, single-stranded positive sense RNA viruses (and are therefore group IV).

  11. Pecluvirus - Wikipedia

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    Pecluvirus is a genus of viruses, in the family Virgaviridae. Cereal crops and graminaceous weeds serve as natural hosts. There are currently only two species in this genus including the type species Peanut clump virus.

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