Viruses

No plant or animal can be cured of a virus disease.
Prevention is the only economic control for virus diseases.
Viruses consist of a nucleic acid core and a protein coat.

All Viruses have Common Properties

Viruses are very common. Very likely every living organism is the host for some viruses. All viruses have these common properties.

Introductory Pages to Viruses

After you understand the above properties of viruses go to one of the pages below. That page(s) will have links to the specific viruses you are interested in.