Podoviridae


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Po·do·vir·i·dae

(po'dō-vir'i-dē),
Name for a family of bacterial viruses with short tails and genomes of double-stranded DNA (MW 12-73 × 106); heads may be isometric or elongated. The family includes the T-7 phage group and probably other genera.
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El fago Va1 se clasifica dentro del tipo C en el manual de Bradley (1967), clasificacion que corresponde a la familia Podoviridae, que se caracteriza por tener una cabeza de seis lados, una cola no contractil mas corta que el diametro de la cabeza y presencia de acido nucleico del tipo ADN (Bradley 1967, Ackermann 2001, Sillankorva et al.
Microfotografia electronica del bacteriofago Va1 perteneciente a la familia Podoviridae.
The PC scores for the estuary samples are consistent with the presence of MRGs (arsenic and mercury resistance) and TEs (mainly Rhodobacteraceae sp.) and the relative absence of ARGs and plasmids, whereas the coastal ocean samples were characterized by phages (primarily Myoviridae and Podoviridae) and the relative absence of MRGs, TEs, and pathogens.
1) revealed that the phage particle comprised of a hexagonal head (~45 nm) and a short tail (~5 nm), and thus morphologically belonged to the family Podoviridae (19).
Los colifagos somaticos incluyen una gran variedad de fagos que pertenecen a las familias Myoviridae, Siphoviridae, Podoviridae, Microviridae (Okafor 2011).