Figure 1 Diagram of virion surface of a member of the genus Ourmiavirus, showing arrangement of double disks and conical ends in particles of different length. Each row of five triangles represents a double disk.
Figure 2 (A, B, C) Negative contrast electron micrographs (uranyl acetate) of purified particles of Ourmia melon virus. The bar represents 100 nm. D and E, features of the two commonest particle types, enhanced by photographic superimposition.
Figure 3 Diagram of the genome organization of Ourmia melon virus isolate VE9 showing the size of each RNA and the positions and sizes of the ORFs. CP, coat protein; MP, movement protein; RdRp, RNA-dependent RNA polymerase.