Environmental microbiology: Viral diversity on the global stage

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Viruses, once thought of only as purveyors of disease, take centre stage, from the human microbiome to the oceans, as archives of global diversity and drivers of biogeochemical cycles.

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Figure 1: Factors affecting the distribution and abundance of viral taxa.

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