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Ta veerys çheet er jantagh gowaltagh fo-vynreayrtagh ta jannoo coipyn jehsyn hene çheusthie jeh killag vio bioag ennagh.[1] Ta veeryssyn doghaney dagh sorçh jeh'n vea, voish beiyn as lossreeyn dys mynorgaanee, goaill stiagh bacteyryn as archaea.[2][3] Voish yn art ayns 1892 liorish Dmitri Ivanovsky ta cur sheese er pataghien va doghaney lossreeyn tombagey as feddyn magh y veerys mosaic tombagey liorish Martinus Beijerinck ayns 1898, ta coontyssyn cruinn er ve jeant er ny smoo na 9,000 dooieyn veeryssagh mastey ny millioonyn sorçhyn dy veerys t'er mayrn 'sy theihll.[4] Ta veeryssyn ry-gheddyn ayns begnagh dagh eggo-chorys er y Dowan as she adsyn y nhee bea-oaylleeagh smoo lheeadagh t'ayn.[5] She veerys-oaylleeaght, fo-vagher y vyn-vioagh-oaylleeaght, yn ennym ta currit er studeyryssyn bentyn rish veeryssyn.

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  1. "There are more viruses than stars in the universe. Why do only some infect us? – More than a quadrillion quadrillion individual viruses exist on Earth, but most are not poised to hop into humans. Can we find the ones that are?", National Geographic Society (15 Averil 2020). Feddynit magh er 18 Boaldyn 2020. 
  2. "The ancient Virus World and evolution of cells" (Mean Fouyir 2006). Biology Direct. Ym-lioar 1 (1): 29. doi:10.1186/1745-6150-1-29. PMID 16984643. 
  3. "The Secret Life of a Coronavirus - An oily, 100-nanometer-wide bubble of genes has killed more than two million people and reshaped the world. Scientists don't quite know what to make of it." (26 Toshiaght Arree 2021). Feddynit magh er 28 Toshiaght Arree 2021. Er ny hashtey veih'n lhieggan bunneydagh er 2021-12-28. 
  4. "Here a virus, there a virus, everywhere the same virus?" (Mean Souree 2005). Trends in Microbiology. Ym-lioar 13 (6): 278–84. doi:10.1016/j.tim.2005.04.003. PMID 15936660. 
  5. "Viral metagenomics" (June 2005). Nature Reviews. Microbiology. Ym-lioar 3 (6): 504–10. doi:10.1038/nrmicro1163. PMID 15886693. 

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