Symposium: The evolution of insect-virus associations
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Our ability to characterize and understand the biology of insect-virus associations has risen dramatically in recent years following the advent of accessible omics approaches. This progress is timely given the vital and growing importance of insects to global ecosystems and wildlife and human health. Our symposium presents new research that is mechanistic as well as ecological in scope, focusing on the diversity, evolution and origin of insect viruses, their spread within and between species and the evolution of virulence in the context of dynamic host virus defenses and changing environments.
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