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1. " Cauliflower Mosaic Virus (CaMV)" you do not capitalise all the parts of the name.
2. "Through another important finding in the 1960s, the CaMV was determined to be one of only very few viruses containing double-stranded DNA, thereby making it a pararetrovirus...". This statement is nonsense: it may have been determined that virions contained dsDNA, and that CaMV and their relatives were thereby unique among PLANT viruses, but any hint of its being a pararetrovirus was only obtained in the late 1980s! I was even at one of the first meetings when it was cautiously announced that both Hepatitis B and cauliflower mosaic viruses seemed to have an RNA stage in their life cycles - in 1988.
3. These statements are problematic: lines 37-38 "This was especially important, because this feature, double-stranded DNA, is a pre-requisite for the virus to insert its own DNA into plant cells..." and line 53: "...implying that the virus must have inserted its own double-strandedDNA into the genome of the plant..." and lines 63-64: "...Accordingly, when it became clear that CaMV integrated a stretch of DNA from its genome into plant cells...". This does not happen! Caulimovirus / badnavirus DNA genomes do NOT normally insert into host cell genomes, although they obviously enter host cell nuclei. This is either very badly written due to a lack of understanding of English, or it betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of how the viruses replicate!!
Aside from these comments, this seems a reasonable and well-researched account.