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Are Virsuses living or non living They can be both and neither
They have properties of life But not others
They can maintain a constant internal state homostasis
A virsues is a non celluar partical made of genetic material and protein that can invade living cells
Beijerink coined the latin name virus meaning poison
Wendall Stanley discoverd virus were made of nucleic acid and protein
Virus are measured in nanometers
Characteristics contain a protein coat called capsid
They have a nucleic acid core containing DNA or RNA
Some virsues may have ? Spikes
Most viruses infect only specific host cells
Outside of host cells Viruses are inactive
Some viruses cause disease
Lytic Cycle #1? ATTACHMENT to the cell
Lytic Cycle #2? Penetration (injection of Viral DNA or RNA
Lytic Cycle #3? Replication (Biosynthesis) of new viral protiens and nucleic acids
Lytic Cycle #4? Assemblys (Maturation) of the new viruses
Lytic Cycle #5? Release of the new viruses into the environment
Created by: arcurry384